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- 5 ways teachers can challenge inequality in the classroom
How can teachers support vulnerable children at school?
Working with reading withdrawal groups in secondary school 3. Using Phonic and Non-Phonic Reinforcement strategies to improve word recognition 4. Supporting low aged readers in their mainstream lessons 5. Creating new materials 7.
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5 ways teachers can challenge inequality in the classroom
This highly practical guide shows how learning support teachers and assistants can work effectively with secondary school pupils who are struggling with their reading. It relates directly to the working practices of teachers, steering them through issues such as: Paul Blum offers valuable advice on how to make challenging mainstream subject textbooks accessible to low-aged readers and help on where to find good free resources as well as commercial materials to suit them.
Exploring the vital relationship between the mainstream and learning support function, he also outlines the ways in which the two can be harnessed to make a significant difference to reading improvement. Paperback , pages. Published June 19th by Routledge first published April 15th To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.