Teaching students with dyslexia across settings is challenging.Both general education and special education teachers seek accommodations that foster the learning and management of a class of heterogeneous learners.Recommended practice exercises include instructional games, peer teaching activities, self-correcting materials, computer software programs, and additional worksheets. At the secondary level, the specific language of the content areas requires careful reading.Students often benefit from a glossary of content-related terms. A reading guide provides the student with a road map of what is written and features periodic questions to help him or her focus on relevant content.Most instructional materials give teachers few activities or directions for teaching a large class of students who learn at different rates and in various ways.
Teaching and interactions should provide successful learning experiences for each student.
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