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Remedial techniques in basic school subjects
Grace M. Fernald
Bibliography: p. 331-341.
|Statement||by Grace M. Fernald.|
|Series||McGraw-Hill series in education|
|LC Classifications||LB1029.R4 F4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 349 p.|
|Number of Pages||349|
For instance, Grace Fernald (, Remedial Techniques in Basic School Subjects) describes her work with a year-old who was a total non-reader. She took him to the library and asked him which book he would like to learn to read. which are scattered throughout the book to illustrate report writing and other aspects of remedial work. Chapters 9 and 10 contain two detailed diagnostic case studies (junior high and intermediate grade) followed by recommenda-tions for remedial programs. FERNALD, GRACE M. Remedial Techniques in Basic School Subjects. New. York: McGraw-Hill,
I first learned about multisensory instruction in my undergraduate studies, four decades ago. Grace Fernald () wrote about multisensory instruction over 75 years ago in her book Remedial techniques in basic school subjects. ADDITIONAL REFERENCE BOOKS FOR SPECIFIC LEARNINC5 DIFFICULTIES LEARNING ABILITIES ANDERSON, Jonathan Children's Leaming Difficulties ANDERSON, Jonathan Leaming Disabilities FERNALD, Grace M. Remedial Techniques in Basic School Subjects 9Author: Lenard A. Hall, Stephanie McTaggart.
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Two short chapters are devoted to the application of remedial techniques to the mental defective, and one chapter is devoted to case studies in which the chronological ages range from 8 to 26 years. In both, these latter case studies and those cited throughout the book, considerable emphasis is placed upon the emotional aspects of the cases before, during, and after remediation.5/5(2).
Remedial Techniques in Basic School Subjects Hardcover – January 1, by Grace M. Fernald (Author) › Visit Amazon's Grace M.
Fernald Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Cited by: Remedial Techniques in Basic School Subjects: Methods for Teaching Dyslexics and Other Learning Disabled Persons Grace M.
Fernald Published by PRO-ED, Incorporated. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Notes: Includes indexes. Description: xxiii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: Theories of causation of reading disabilities --Emotional aspects of specific disabilities --Total and partial reading disabilities --Historical perspectives on methods for teaching reading --Overview of the four-stage system for improving total.
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Remedial techniques in basic school subjects by Grace M. Fernald,McGraw-Hill book company Pages: The University of Chicago Press. Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center. Remedial Techniques in Basic School Subjects Hardcover – Sep 1 Remedial Techniques in Basic School Subjects.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1). Remedial reading lessons are often used as a way to help struggling students bring their reading skills up to grade level. At school, students who are behind may be pulled from class for specialized instruction.
Remedial reading lessons are typically necessary for children with a learning disability, such as dyslexia. Computer Science or Lab. Business Technology. Instrumental Music. Physical Education. Special Education Day Class. Resource Program.
Occupational Therapy. High School Subjects. Remedial English. ESL – English as second language. World Literature. Ancient Literature. Medieval Literature. Renaissance Literature. Modern Literature. Years of research culminated in with her classic work, Remedial Techniques in Basic School Subjects.
The popular kinesthetic method anchors modern instruction in the areas of special education and remedial reading.
Kinesthetic learning is also included as one of Howard Gardner's multiple intelligences. FERNALD G.M., Remedial Techniques in basic school subjects – New York McGraw-Hill Book Company. FERNALD G.M., Remedial Techniques in basic school subjects – New York McGraw-Hill Book Company. FERNALD G.M., Remedial techniques in basic school subjects (, Ed) Austin TX PRO – Ed.(original work published in ).
Fernald, Remedial Techniques in Basic School Subjects () McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc. New York 7. J.R. Gallagher, Specific Language Disability New England J. Med. () Cited by: 3. Fernald, G. () Remedial Techniques in Basic School Subjects.
New York: McGraw-Hill New York: McGraw-Hill Gillingham, A. and B. Stillman () Remedial Training for Children with Specific Disability in Reading, Spelling and Penmanship.
W.A. Cruickshank, A Teaching Method for Brain-Injured and Hyperactive Children () Syracuse University Press Syracuse, New York 3. Distar Instructional System () Science Research Associates Chicago 4. G.M. Fernald, Remedial Techniques in Basic School Subjects () McGraw-Hill Book Co.
New York 5. by: 2. The structures and techniques in this book promote this process of adaptation and interpretation as well as teaching phonics.
Nevertheless, the basic phonic structure of the language remains central to learning to read and write. Fernald, G. () Remedial Techniques in Basic School Subjects. New York: McGraw-Hill. Goodman, K. ( TECHNIQUES FOR TEACHING REMEDIAL CASES by Edwin H. Smith Director of the Reading Clinic and Fundamental Education Center Fernald, G.
Remedial Techniques in Basic School Subjects, McGraw-Hill Book Co., New York, Gillingham, A. & Stillman, Remedial. Fernald describes her method in Remedial Techniques in Basic School Subjects, published in and still widely used by reading teachers. It is one of the few “methods” books to survive for more than 25 years in a field in which great energy has been devoted to the search for new methods.
She writes in the areas of school consultation, as well as in remedial reading and learning disabilities. She has also written a third book, Models of Curriculum-Based Assessment, and edited Grace Fernald's classic book on Remedial Techniques in Basic School by: SAGE Video Bringing teaching, learning and research to life.
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Researchers 1 tell us that struggling learners learn differently. We also know that more effective teachers of struggling learners will teach differently.
Special education scholars have rightly concluded that struggling learners, particularly those with disabilities, need "specific, directed, individualized, intensive, remedial.