2 edition of Teaching reading to slow-learning children found in the catalog.
Teaching reading to slow-learning children
Samuel A. Kirk
|Statement||by Samuel A. Kirk ... with an introduction by Marion Monroe ...|
|LC Classifications||LB1573 .K55|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 225 p.|
|Number of Pages||225|
|LC Control Number||40006811|
He taught that until children reach age 7 and lose their baby teeth, they are in a dreamy stage of development that keeps them connected to the spirit realm. This changes at age 7, he taught, when the "etheric body" incarnates. Until then, tampering with the children's minds — such as by teaching them to read — can harm the children. Bateman, B. (). Teaching word recognition to slow learning children. Journal of reading, writing and learning disabilities international 7(1), Beck, I. L. & McKeown, M. G. (). Comprehension, The Sinequanon of reading Cited by: 1.
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The purpose of this book is to present to teachers and administrators the problems and techniques of helping the slow-learning child acquire the skill of reading.
The teaching of the mentally normal child is amply covered by other authors, but little or no concrete help is available for the teacher struggling with the reading problems of dull and mentally retarded : Samuel A. Kirk. of results for Books: "Slow learning children" Skip to main search results Amazon Prime.
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If your child needs help with reading comprehension, engage him or her in discussions about books. Choose a book that the whole family can read together.
You can discuss the book at mealtimes and craft fun activities around it. For example, if you read. To help them catch up, teach reading skills to your whole class, or to a small group of slow-readers while other students work on supplementary projects. Encourage struggling readers to follow the words with their finger across the page as they read.
Teach. children can make a contribution from a book at the second grade level as well as from a fifth grade book. In Anna M. Engel i$ a former tupervising di rector of special education, Public Schools, Detroit, Michigan. arithmetic, where there are reading dif ficulties, the teacher or some pupil may read File Size: 1MB.
Read to your child. Be patient and consistent. Do not allow them to give up on their work or themselves. If necessary, take a break, but always come back to the task and see it through to completion. Don’t be overprotective. Labelling your child as a ‘slow learner’ only makes them feel slower.
Instructional Strategies for Slow Learners While no single technique or set of techniques is sufficient teaching the slow learner, the suggestions that follow are a starting point for developing instructional File Size: 62KB.
The Process of Teaching for Slow Learners The ability to read is indispensable for students to complete whole of their education. They must have to read in order to get succeed in all. Books for Slow learning children 9 works Search for books with subject Books for Slow learning children.
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