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SPED 730-saltz

Poor readers exhibit weakness in what 2 areas according to Catts et al. phonological processing and word recognition speed and accuracy.
Language deficient students often miss subtle differences in sound of words that change their meaning.
Effective instruction of the older struggling reader includes Phonological awareness and decoding, reading fluency and word recognition, vocabulary and phrase meaning, and comprehension.
Reading is an unnatural communication skill that needs to be taught and practiced explicitly
Beginning readers must be taught phonological awareness and alphabetic principles.
Note taking can be aided by providing students with one of these two types of organizing tools Abbreviated strategic note taking form or guided notes
Teachers can also give student what kid of cues as to what is important in a lecture oral cues like long pauses or explicitly telling (i.e this is important)
In order to manage time effectively students must learn to accuartly estimate time a task will take
Spelling can be taught with explicit phonics lessons, practice, word mapping, and common irregular words.
Some memory strategies for students are color coding, sort information, frequent review, use humor or exaggeration, explore the senses, make visual aids, rehearse out loud, make it physical, and turn practice into a game.
One key area in math is number sense
Number sense is a child's fluidity and flexibility with numbers.
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