Storytime Engagement for Focus-Challenged Children

September 2013
School Library Monthly;Sep/Oct2013, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p34
The article focuses on facilitating engagement in young children with attention deficit disorders, autism spectrum disorders (ASD), or undiagnosed focused problems through storytime. Topics include the importance of literacy engagement for all young learners, the interventions that emerged in second-grade students with ASD, and two accommodations for young students with ASD involving the conduct of read-alouds in a more structured area, and the inclusion of more singing books.


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