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Quality Literacy Instruction for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders [Formato Kindle]

Christina, EdD Carnahan , Pam, PhD Williamson , Christina Carnahan , Ed.D. , Pamela Williamson , Ph.D.

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This textbook brings together experts from both the autism and reading fields to provide a detailed discussion of literacy instruction, thus supporting professionals and families alike in building lifelong literacy instruction geared to the needs of students on the autism spectrum. Using case examples, the textbook brings theory and research to practice, thus meeting the mandate for evidence-based practice and illustrating that having effective literacy skills enhances the quality of life of all individuals, including those with autism spectrum disorders. AAPC textbooks enhance the teaching of undergraduate and graduate courses, as well as certificate programs and professional development workshops, by providing instructors with: • Core topics related to autism spectrum and related disabilities • Evidence-based materials and practical applications for school, home and community • Authors who are experts in the field of autism spectrum disorders. If you’re teaching a college course or preparing for an in-house training, turn to Quality Literacy to cover the essential area of literacy.

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  • Formato: Formato Kindle
  • Dimensioni file: 2542 KB
  • Lunghezza stampa: 466
  • Editore: AAPC Publishing (5 giugno 2010)
  • Venduto da: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • ASIN: B00A4HOQV8
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2 di 2 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle An extraordinarily useful instructional guide and manual for educators 9 agosto 2010
Di Midwest Book Review - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Being able to read and write is a basic life skill and as essential for children with autism as it is for anyone else. But those with autism spectrum disorders require approaches to acquiring literacy skills that are educationally classified as Special Education services and techniques. Knowledgeably compiled and deftly edited by the team of Christina Carnahan and Pamela Williamson, "Quality Literacy Instruction For Students With Autism Spectrum Disorders" is a 466-page compendium in which eighteen specialists in the field of education and autism spectrum disorders have contributed specific chapters offering specific focus on the unique characteristics of children with autism spectrum disorders and how teachers can best interact with them to develop basic literacy skills. Each individual chapter focuses upon specific learn objectives. Vocabulary terms, chapter highlights, chapter review questions, chapter review answers, and a glossary, combine to make "Quality Literacy Instruction For Students With Autism Spectrum Disorders" an extraordinarily useful instructional guide and manual for educators and is a core addition to professional and academic library reference collections.
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4.0 su 5 stelle Review of Quality Literacy Instructions for Students with ASD 28 maggio 2012
Di rvb - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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I ordered this book after meeting the authors at a conference for students on the Autism spectrum.
It is not only a quality book because of the research basis for the ideas, it is written in a
great foremat that is easy to read. It would be an excellent "text" for a class on ASD and Literacy.
5.0 su 5 stelle Required reading for special ed teachers. 6 maggio 2015
Di B. Wolinsky - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Christina Carnahan and Pamela Williamson see reading as a difficulty for kids with autism. The reason isn’t a case of “can or can’t read,” but a case of what part they will read. They discuss how an autistic child might have what they call “selective attention,” where they’ll focus on only one part. This makes sense, because autistic children often focus on certain shapes or colors, not on the whole picture. If you think of it, they may have a sort of “tunnel vision” that a baseball pitcher would have, as opposed to the outfielder, who has to be watching the whole field. The question is, what does the teacher do about it?

In a later chapter, Dr. Kara Hume gives an example of scheduling to keep the student aware and one task. Each student is given a schedule that shows what is expected for that day, so they know what to expect when they come in. So far so good, all students need structure. But what about the student who is easily distracted, or has trouble with multiple instructions? For this, Dr. Hume suggests a “visual schedule,” where symbols or illustrations are used. For an activity that involves listening, a picture of a kid with headphones can be used. For math problems, 2+2 can be used, or you can use a pie chart, ruler, or abacus. This can be applied to reading a chapter as well; you can break it down into characters, events, or how the characters change.

What we have here is a case study on literacy for autistic students, written by a selection of experts on educating students with special needs. The general purpose of the book is to provide instructional approaches for literacy, but in a way that allows them to be educated with all other students. The use of visual cues and scheduling teaches time management, while story diagramming teaches them to focus on multiple factors, not just one.

Unfortunately, many of the services discussed in this book, such as resource rooms, will be unavailable in many schools. It remains to be seen how the nation’s schools will improve with regard to special education services.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Excellent, timely resource 20 luglio 2010
Di Jean - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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We are doing a lot of training around literacy for students with ASDs. This title will help a great deal in the development of our workshops and support materials.
5.0 su 5 stelle Five Stars 27 marzo 2015
Di elise sheldon - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Excellent condition and love this book!

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