Social studies and the disabled reader

Hickey, Gail; Braun, Patty
May 1992
Emergency Librarian;May/Jun92, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p34
Provides teachers with information and resources for differentiating social studies instruction for students with reading difficulties. Identifying the disabled reader; Special needs of disabled readers; Strategies that can be used to teach social studies to disabled readers; Examples of skills of a disabled reader; Strategies can be used to teach social studies to disabled readers.


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