Moving beyond the textbook to teach students with learning disabilities

Prentice, Linda; Cousin, Patricia Tefft
September 1993
Teaching Exceptional Children;Fall93, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p14
Academic Journal
Discusses the use of integrated curricular experiences in the teaching of students with learning disabilities. Difficulty of teaching content areas to students with learning disabilities; Use of textbook adaptations and strategy instruction to improve students' use of textbooks; Instructional model for teaching content area information; Sample lesson.


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