Written by an experienced dyslexia adviser, this practical book offers help and advice to those providing and supporting the learning of dyslexic children within the primary classroom.
Packed with valuable advice and ideas, Chris Neanon aims to address those questions that are most frequently asked by teachers and to build confidence.
- Definitions of dyslexia, recent research and early identification issues
- What is it like to be dyslexic?
- Differences in learning styles
- How to support the dyslexic learner in the Literacy Hour
- Using teacher assistants most effectively ·
- Useful resources – letters for parents, including suggested ways in which they can support children at home
- Ideas and materials for in-service training, including a dyslexia quiz.
- Realistic and reassuring, How to Identify and Support Children with Dyslexia will be invaluable to all SENCos and class teachers offering very practical help to challenging issues.
- 64 A4 pages.