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Supporting children with speech, language and communication needs: an overview of the results of the Better Communication Research Programme. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders , 49 5 , — Ehren, B. Speech-language pathologists contributing significantly to the academic success of high school students: A vision for professional growth. Topics in Language Disorders , 22 2 , 60— Eisenmajer, N. Specificity and characteristics of learning disabilities. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry , 46 10 , — Faggella-Luby, M. RTI in a middle school: Findings and practical implications of a tier 2 reading comprehension study.
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Lang, L. The needs of LLD students can be perceived by busy classroom teachers as just too hard to cater for. This book shows how the mainstream curriculum across Australia can be differentiated for the benefit of the entire ability range. Cognitive and strategy instruction has been embedded into six units designed for mixed ability classrooms, covering the major disciplines of English, Mathematics, Science and History.
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