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The research Of Learning Disabilities

The research for Learning DisabilitiesSutthida RudkhrueStudent number : 56101237143Special education and English majorFaculty of Education 3rdSakon Nakhon rajabhat university

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TEACHING MATHEMATICS TO STUDENTS WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES AND STUDYING THAT INSTRUCTION USING A SINGLE SUBJECT DESIGN APPROACH By ANI DERDERIANEnglish research for Learning Disabilities 61. Include effective teaching strategies to help students with mathematical learningdisabilities acquire mathematical concepts and skills (Scarlato and Burr, 2002).2. Include a graduated teaching structure into instruction to help students with mathematical learning disabilities advance to the abstract levels of mathematical understanding using the concrete, representational and abstract sequence (Maccini and Hughes, 2000; Witzel et al., 2003).3. Use VAKT teaching strategy to improve the basic computation skills of middle andsecondary students with mathematical learning disabilities (Calhoon and Fuchs, 2003).1. (, 2002)2. (Maccini , 2000. Witzel, et al, 2003)3. VAKT (Calhoon Fuchs, 2003)

TEACHING MATHEMATICS TO STUDENTS WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES AND STUDYING THAT INSTRUCTION USING A SINGLE SUBJECT DESIGN APPROACH By ANI DERDERIANEnglish research for Learning Disabilities 6 VAKT (Visual) (Auditory) (Kinesthetic) (Tactile)

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TEACHING STUDENTS WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES TO SOLVE WORD-PROBLEMS: A COMPARISON OF A COGNITIVE STRATEGY AND A RADITIONAL TEXTBOOK METHOD by Monica A. Lambert English research for Learning Disabilities 71. () () 2. () () () 3. () () 4. () () () : , : 1 40 : : : Model Word Problems

TEACHING STUDENTS WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES TO SOLVE WORD-PROBLEMS: A COMPARISON OF A COGNITIVE STRATEGY AND A RADITIONAL TEXTBOOK METHOD by Monica A. Lambert English research for Learning Disabilities 7Example: If 1 add 2,878 boys and 1,943 girls, Ill get the number of kids now. Then I must subtract that number from 5,000 to find out how manymore must enroll. : 2878 1,943, 5,000

TEACHING EXPOSITORY WRITING TO STUDENTS WITH LEARNING DISAB ELITES A Methodology by Kristy Knoll KnollEnglish research for Learning Disabilities 8ProceduresThe first step in teaching expository writing to learning disabled students is to talkit out. What does expository mean? Once the students understand the word, morequestions follow: What would you want to see in an expository essay? Is there a certainway to write an expository essay? What makes an essay interesting? The students areusually right on the money with their answers. The next part of the process seems to entwine two steps: picking a topic andbeginning a K-W-L chart. First, the students need to pick a topic. This is done withanother brainstorming session. I ask the students to pick something they know about, but not that they know everything about. Pick something he is interested in. : ? ? ? K-W-L .

TEACHING EXPOSITORY WRITING TO STUDENTS WITH LEARNING DISAB ELITES A Methodology by Kristy Knoll KnollEnglish research for Learning Disabilities 8This is where the K-W-L chart comes in handy. Once a student has picked a topic, or I pick one for her depending on the student, she has to fill KWL

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