Language, Literacy and Children with Special Needs (The Pippin Teacher's Library)
As children with special needs become integrated into the educational mainstream, it's important to welcome and support them so that they can truly participate and share in the whole group's activities. Sally Rogow spices her often moving and inspiring story with anecdotes drawn from the experiences of real children and real teachers in real classrooms, outlining a variety of successful approaches that will help teachers ensure that good learning happens for everyone.Audience: A book for parents seeking encouragement, hope and practical advice, and for teachers who find themselves teaching a disabled child as part of their regular classes, and who need support and advice, too.
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