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Reading and Writing - Reading and writing development for teenagers with Down syndrome (11-16 yrs)
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DOW12

DOW12

Reading and Writing - Reading and writing development for teenagers with Down syndrome (11-16 yrs)

Provides guidance and advice and describes practical activities to promote reading development for adolescents with Down syndrome.

This book provides guidance and advice and describes practical activities to promote reading development for adolescents with Down syndrome. Discussing issues including word and sentence reading, phonics, spelling and creative writing, it offers practical information in an accessible format.

NB: The library resources are available for ADSA library members to borrow. Unfortunately we do not sell direct to the general public.'

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