Teaching the learning-disabled adolescent

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Houghton Mifflin , Boston
Learning disabili
Statementedited by Lester Mann, Libby Goodman, J. Lee Wiederholt ; contributors, Virginia L. Brown ... (etal.).
ContributionsMann, Lester., Goodman, Libby., Wiederholt, J. Lee., Brown, VirginiaL.
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LD OnLine works in association with Learning Disabilities Association of. One of the major research goals adopted by the staff of the University of Kansas Institute for Research in Learning Disabilities (KU-IRLD) has been the design and validation of interventions for adolescents with LD that enable these individuals to succeed Teaching the learning-disabled adolescent book secondary and postsecondary learning by: Rachel Kessler () in her book, The Soul of Education: Helping Students Find Connection, Compassion, and Character at School, described the need for students to feel cared about and connected, to be creative and joyful, to have a sense of purpose, and to believe they can exceed the expectations of others.

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Focusing on English instruction for mainstreamed learning disabled (LD) high school students, this paper surveys and interprets the literature on the subject, examines specific teaching methods and student study skills that have worked in this area, and reviews the English program proposed by Daniel Fader.

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