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Successful Inclusive Teaching: Proven Ways to Detect and Correct Special Needs, MyLabSchool Edition, 4th Edition

By Joyce S. Choate

Published by Pearson

Published Date: Dec 23, 2004

Description

Intended for use in several settings—as a basic compendium for inclusive education courses, a handbook for field experiences, or a resource guide for in-service teachers—this new edition will help prepare teachers to improve teaching and learning for all children in inclusive classrooms.

Table of Contents

I. ACCOMMODATING SPECIAL NEEDS IN THE INCLUSIVE CLASSROOM.

1. Teaching All the Students: A Mandate for Educators (Robert A. Gable and Jo M. Hendrickson).

The General Education Classroom and Special Students.

Legal Aspects of Educating Students with Disabilities.

The Least Restrictive Environment (LRE) and the Continuum of Educational.

Services.

Inclusion.

Conclusion.

Additional Sources of Information.

2. Special Needs of Diverse Learners (Joyce S. Choate & Dorothy C. Schween).

At-Risk Students in General Education.

Exceptional Students Eligible for Special Education.

Summary.

3. Basic Principles and Practices of Inclusive Instruction (Joyce S. Choate).

Principle I: Differentiate Instruction and Provide Supports.

Principle II: Use Effective Instructional Methods.

Principle III: Emphasize Essential Content.

Principle IV: Teach for Mastery of Necessary Skills and Strategies.

Principle V: Manage the Inclusive Process Effectively and Efficiently.

Summary and Selected References.

Reflections on Part One.

II. DETECTING AND CORRECTING ACADEMIC PROBLEMS.

4. Recognizing Words to Facilitate Comprehension (Joyce S. Choate and Thomas A. Rakes).

The Word Recognition Skills.

Detection of Special Word Recognition Needs.

Special Populations.

Correction of Word Recognition Skills.

Specific Skills and Strategies.

Early Literacy and Word Recognition Samplers.

5. Reading to Construct Meaning and Comprehend (Joyce S. Choate and Thomas A. Rakes).

The Reading Comprehension Skills.

Detection of Special Comprehension Needs.

Special Populations.

Correction of Reading Comprehension Skills.

Specific Skills and Strategies.

Comprehension and Study Samplers.

6. Speech: The Process of Oral Communication (Paulette J. Thomas).

The Speech Skills.

Referral Indicators.

Detection of Special Needs.

Classroom Accommodations.

Specific Skills and Strategies.

Speech Sound Samplers.

7. Language: The Foundation of Learning. (Paulette J. Thomas).

Language Skills.

Language Differences.

Detection of Language Disorders.

Correction of Language Disorders.

Language Samplers.

8. Written Expression: Communicating in Print (Thomas A. Rakes, Joyce S. Choate, & Glenda C. Rakes).

The Skills of Written Expression.

Detection of Special Writing Needs.

Special Populations.

Correction of Written Expression Skills.

Specific Skills and Strategies.

Written Expression Samplers.

9. Handwriting and Spelling As Tools for Written Communication (Lamoine J. Miller, Dale C. Carpenter, Thomas A. Rakes, & Joyce S. Choate).

The Handwriting and Spelling Skills.

Detection of Special Handwriting and Spelling Needs.

Special Populations.

Correction of Special Handwriting and Spelling Needs.

Specific Skills and Strategies.

Handwriting and Spelling Samplers.

10. Arithmetic Computation As a Tool for Problem-Solving (Brian E. Enright and Joyce S. Choate).

The Computation Skills.

Detection of Special Computation Needs.

Special Populations.

Correction of Computation Skills.

Specific Skills and Strategies.

Computation Samplers.

11. Solving Mathematical Problems (Brian E. Enright and Joyce S. Choate).

The Problem-Solving Skills.

Detection of Special Problem-Solving Needs.

Special Populations.

Correction of Problem-Solving Skills.

Specific Skills and Strategies.

Problem Solving Samplers.

12. Inclusive Science: Relevant Topics, Process, and Strategies (Thomas A. Rakes, Joyce S. Choate, & Gary L. Stringer).

The Skills of Science.

Detection of Special Science Needs.

Special Populations.

Correction of Science Skills.

Specific Topics, Skills, and Strategies.

Science Samplers.

13. Basic Social Studies: Relevant Topics, Process, and Strategies (Lana J. Smith, Dennie L. Smith, & Jeffrey M. Hawkins).

Social Studies Goals and Standards.

Social Studies Skills.

Detection of Special Needs.

Special Populations.

Correction of Social Studies Skills.

Specific Topics, Skills, and Strategies.

Social Studies Samplers.

III. IMPLEMENTING DETECTION AND CORRECTION.

14. Managing Behavior in the Inclusive Classroom (Frank J. Sparzo & Stephen C. Walker).

An ABC Analysis of Behavior.

Ten Steps to Systematic Behavior Change.

The Ten-Step Plan in Practice.

A Closer Look at the General Plan.

Specific Behavior Problems.

Classroom Behavior Samplers.

15. Instructional Management for Inclusive Classrooms (Robert A. Gable, William H. Evans, Lamoine J. Miller, Rex E. Schmid, & Susan C. Stewart).

Assumptions.

Organization.

Instructional Management.

Environments That Affect the Instructional Setting.

Instructional Planning.

Management Principles and Themes.

Specific Management Themes and Strategies.

Instructional Management Samplers.

16. Collaboration in the Schools: Ensuring Success (Robert A. Gable, Lori Korinek, and Virginia L. McLaughlin).

Emergence of Collaboration.

Characteristics of Effective Collaborators.

Detection and Correction in the Collaborative Process.

Conclusion.

References and Sources of Additional Information.

Final Thoughts.

Web Resources for Inclusive Teaching (by Beverly Flowers-Gibson & Glenda Holland).

Index.

Purchase Info

ISBN-10: 0-205-46369-X

ISBN-13: 978-0-205-46369-5

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