- Reid, Gavin, 1950-
- Wearmouth, Janice
- Reading -- Remedial teaching
- Dyslexic children -- Education
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- About the Editors.About the Contributors.Introduction.Part I: Theory.Chapter 1: Dyslexia and Literacy: Key issues for research, (Angela J. Fawcett).Chapter 2: The neurobiology of dyslexia Deborah (F. Knight and George W. Hynd).Chapter 3: Resolving the paradoxes of dyslexia (Uta Frith).Chapter 4 The phonological representations hypothesis of dyslexia: from theory to practice (Janet Hatcher and Marqaret J. Snowling).Chapter 5: Visual Processes (John Everatt).Chapter 6: The Balance Model of Reading and Dyslexia (Jean Robertson and Dirk J. Bakker).Chapter 7: Dyslexia: Cognitive factors and Implications for Literacy (Chris Singleton).Chapter 8: Literacy standards and factors affecting literacy: what national and international assessments tell Us (Gerry Shiel).Part II: Practice.Chapter 9: Issues for assessment and planning of teaching and learning (Gavin Reid and Janice Wearmouth).Chapter 10: Reading processes, acquisition, and instructional implications (Linnea C. Ehri).Chapter 11: From assessment to intervention: the educational psychology perspective (Rea Reason).Chapter 12: Issues in the assessment of children learning English as an additional language (Tony Cline).Chapter 13: The Role of the learning support co ordinator: addressing the challenges (Janice Wearmouth).Chapter 14: Dealing with diversity in the primary classroom a challenge for the class teacher (Margaret Crombie).Chapter 15: Dyslexia and literacy: challenges in the secondary school (Lindsay Peer and Gavin Reid).Chapter 16: Individual Education Plans and dyslexia: some principles (Janet Tod).Chapter 17: A cognitive approach to dyslexia: learning styles and thinking skills (Bob Burden).Chapter 18: Paired thinking: developing thinking skills through structured interaction with peers, parents and volunteers (Keith Topping).Chapter 19: Metacognition and literacy (David Wray).Chapter 20: Critical literacy and access to the lexicon (George Hunt).Chapter 21: Changing definitions and concepts of literacy:implications for pedagogy and Research (Fidelma Healy Eames).Subject Index.
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