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Teaching Reading Skills to the Student with Down Syndrome
This is a publication by the Down Syndrome Society of South Australia on teaching reading skills to the student with Down Syndrome.
Covers an introduction, the reading programme, providing opportunities for learning reading conventions, logos to initiate an interest in reading, establishing a sight word vocabulary, words/letters/numerals/flash cards, teaching the alphabet, approaches to teaching sight words, sight word approach, matching, selecting and naming, selecting, naming, preparation of materials, making lotto and games, lotto games for comprehension, games with words, word games for older students, planning individual sessions, preparing home-made books, teaching two word phrases, games for two word phrases, progressing to reading three word phrases, introducing non-interest words, and introducing readers.
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