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Instructional Strategies For Students With Learning Disabilities
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A 5 page essay that describes different classroom organizational patterns and instructional strategies that can be used with LD students, including those who have attention deficit disorder. The writer demonstrates how the processes will also meet the goals of developing specific personal characteristics. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: LDis.wps

Teachers, Administrators and ADHD:
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This seven-page-paper presents an overview of the way teachers and administrators assist and accommodate a student with ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder). It opens with a discussion about the disorder itself and the federal protections that are in place for the students who have it. It then moves into the accommodations that are available for those students and the general attitude of teachers about students with the disorder. Bibliography lists eight sources.
Filename: CWadhdte.wps

First-Grade Reading Readiness
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A 5 page paper discussing the case of Janice Herron, a first-grade teacher concerned about the lack of progress of two of her students. She understands that early intervention is crucial, but she is uncertain if the children are learning disabled or simply have not progressed as quickly as the others. The paper discusses the issue in the context of studies in phoneme awareness and phases of reading through which non-LD children move. The paper concludes that in spending most time teaching reading rather than demonstrating her own skill, Ms. Herron is providing a service to her students, a position supported by the research cited. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: KSreadRedy.wps

The Relationship Between Language and Reading Disorders
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16 pages in length. Some studies show that disabled readers can learn to read Chinese characters relatively faster than they can learn to read English. This paper explores the relationship between language and reading disorders. Also addressed is the claim that the logographic systems found in Chinese characters and syllabic systems found in Japanese characters are responsible for the low illiteracy rates in those countries. Bibliography lists 15 sources.
Filename: JGArdgds.wps

Physical Impairments & Their Implications For Education
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A 5 page paper that researches the issue of physical impairments, considers the existing ideology within Special Education, and reflects upon the nature of technology and devices necessary to address physical impairments in classroom settings. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: Physedi.wps

The Importance of Music Education at the Elementary Level
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A 14 page research paper that examines recent scientific studies that indicate that music instruction can significantly aid academic achievement. The writer discusses how the back-to-basics movement pushed art education in general into the background and then goes on to offer arguments that show that this action was to the detriment of the students. Some of the scientific research regarding the effect that music as on spatial-temporal reasoning, the so-called 'Mozart effect,' is truly amazing. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Musimpor.doc

Administration of Inclusion Schools
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A 5 page paper discussing administrators' roles in inclusion programs. Administrators may or may not be able to assist in further refining the definition of learning disabilities (LD) used in their schools, but they can have great influence on whether inclusion programs work in them. The number of LD students is growing, regardless of what definition of LD is used. School administrators need to ensure that inclusion has a proper base in areas such as funding and staff training, but they also need to encourage teachers in their attempts to be as effective as possible. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: KSinclusion.wps

Full Inclusion / Pros & Cons
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A 3 page paper discussing the full inclusion model of education reform and outlining the advantages and disadvantages of the approach. Bibliography lists five sources.
Filename: Fullincl.wps

Functional Curriculum / Transition Education
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A 4 page research paper that discusses the controversy surrounding the inclusion of a functional curriculum for individuals with disabilities. The reasons for the controversy are discussed as are the meaning of functional curriculum and research supporting its inclusion. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: Funccurr.wps


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