How to Infuse Social Skills Training Into Literacy Instruction

Forgan, James W.; Gonzalez-DeHass, Alyssa
July 2004
Teaching Exceptional Children;Jul/Aug2004, Vol. 36 Issue 6, p24
Academic Journal
Recognizes the importance of social skills instruction. Improvement of the skills and self-concepts of students with high-incidence disabilities; Enhancement of the concepts of students with disabilities; Promotion of prosocial behaviors. INSET: Literature Synopsis on Infusing Social Skills Training Into....


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