Theory and Practice of Instruction This book overviews dyslexia research literature and discusses the most effective techniques for teaching children with dyslexia. With over 200 new references, this up-to-date, research-based resource is a must-have for teachers of students with dyslexia of all ages.
This essential book is divided into three parts:
Recent trends in educating those with dyslexia are also addressed, including inclusive classrooms, balanced literacy, and the standards and accountability movement. It discusses the need for stronger teacher preparation in reading and acknowledges how invented spelling can ease the transition from phonemic processing to written language as well.
This is an important book for teachers, reading specialists, special educators, and dyslexia specialists to have in their resource library. It provides a comprehensive overview of dyslexia while also offering specific strategies and techniques that will help your struggling readers