Who's Getting the Message? Helping Your Students Understand in a Verbal World

Saunders, Muriel D.
March 2001
Teaching Exceptional Children;Mar/Apr2001, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p70
Academic Journal
Offers teachers of exceptional children advice on effective communication for a better student-teacher relationship. Instructional miscommunication between the teacher and the student; Receptive and expressive language ability; Communication with a nonverbal student; Assessment of basic learning abilities. INSET: Strategies for Getting the Message Across..


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