Multisensory Teaching of Basic Language Skills
For students with dyslexia and other learning disabilities--and for their peers--creative teaching methods that use two or more senses can ... Show synopsis For students with dyslexia and other learning disabilities--and for their peers--creative teaching methods that use two or more senses can dramatically improve their language skills and academic outcomes. That's why every current and future educator needs the second edition of this definitive guide to multisensory teaching. A core text for a variety of reading courses and an invaluable reference for reading specialists, this comprehensive resource shows educators how to use specific multisensory approaches to help students develop skills in key areas such as Refined by user feedback and updated throughout with current research and best practices, this edition features new chapters (see sidebar) from top experts such as Joanne Carlisle, Barbara Wilson, Eileen Marzola, Jean-Fryer Schedler, and Elsa Cardenas-Hagan. With this popular text adopted by colleges and universities across the country, preservice and in-service teachers will have the research and guidance they need to help all students improve their language skills.