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One in Eleven

Practical Strategies for Teaching Adolescents with a Language Learning Disability

One in Eleven by Mandy Brent
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One in Eleven: Strategies for Teaching Adolescents with a Language Learning Disability is a whole-school approach that identifies LLD students and offers suggestions for teaching and learning strategies to address this difficulty in various school contexts, especially in subject areas. One in Eleven is divided into three parts: Part I The Language Learning Disabled Student identifies LLD students with easily accessible and up-to-the-minute information about this disability. Part II Teaching the Language Learning Disabled Student considers key issues that arise for students and outlines practical suggestions for use in the classroom. Part III Modifying the Curriculum examines taking the existing curriculum and changing it in ways that will allow success at school for LLD students. The emphasis on modifying the curriculum and employing explicit teaching strategies for these students is supported by many case-study examples and practical recommendations are made through the use of photocopy masters.
Australian Council for Educational Research; January 2001
156 pages; ISBN 9780864313935
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Title: One in Eleven
Author: Mandy Brent; Florence Gough; Susan Robinson