Teaching Adolescents With Disabilities:

Teaching Adolescents With Disabilities:

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Get the blueprint for building bridges that leave no learner behind! Aligned with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act and No Child Left Behind Act requirements, this comprehensive guide empowers teachers and administrators with research-validated practices and interventions that can close the general-curriculum performance gap and break down the barriers to academic success for middle and high school students with disabilities. This insightful resource features: Practical planning advice, teaching practices, and learning strategies for inclusive classrooms Methods for designing instructional materials Tips for effectively leveraging technology Strategies for transition beyond high school Real-life examples and illustrationsAgain, students were tested using ability-level and grade-level passages before and after instruction. Results ... As the number of points they earned on paraphrases increased, the percentage of questions answered correctly on the comprehension test also increased. ... Beals (1983) taught the Self-Questioning Strategy and the Paraphrasing Strategy to a ninth-grade English class containing 23 students.

Title:Teaching Adolescents With Disabilities:
Author: Donald D. Deshler, Jean B. Schumaker
Publisher:Corwin Press - 2005-10-25

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