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by Kathleen Hickey
Publisher: Imprint unknown (December 1977)
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By (author) Kathleen Hickey.
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But for a number of our learners, text is a threat to be avoided whenever possible, and the task of extracting meaning or information from a page is genuinely daunting
She founded ELT well to bring together these two fields of education and offer training and advice to professionals on both sides. Who developed the course? Lancaster University.
This book sets out a new framework for understanding both the development of reading and spelling skills and the problems many children have in acquiring them.
Dyslexia in Children: Multidisciplinary Perspectives. This book sets out a new framework for understanding both the development of reading and spelling skills and the problems many children have in acquiring them. Making clear the limitations of traditional "medical" and "educational" theories of dyslexia, Margaret Snowling writes from the standpoint of cognitive and developmental psychology.
Glossary PDF (186 KB). A personal note from the author PDF (33 KB). Chapter Summaries. Ch1 Summary Map 1 PDF (36 KB). Ch1 Summary Map 2 PDF (64 KB).
Different methodologies for teaching.
During the course, the participants explore specific aspects of teaching methodology and techniques as well as utilising and evaluating a range of teaching aids and resources. At the end of the course, all receive a St Giles 'Teacher of English Course' Certificate. Different methodologies for teaching. Classroom management and practical teaching skills.
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