This book provides a link between the results of the national reading panel study and literacy instruction for students who have more significant intellectual disabilities the information provides examples of how traditional reading strategies can be adapted to meet the needs of these students. For students with moderate or severe disabilities developing literacy skills is a critical component of successful communication employment and community participation finally educators have a practical concise guidebook for helping these students meet nclbs academic standards for literacy. From the publisher for students with moderate or severe disabilities developing literacy skills is a critical component of successful communication employment and community participation. Marie clay coined the term emergent literacy to describe the early knowledge of text that children acquire before formal literacy instruction clay 1966 teale sulzby 1986 early acts of reading writing listening and speaking reflect the emergence of concepts about print. Literacy instruction for students with significant disabilities offers information research based instructional approaches and effective instructional and learning strategies to support school leaders teachers and other specialists working to better meet the literacy and communication needs of students with significant disabilities
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