Dyslexia: Strategies, Supports and Interventions – 2nd Edition
DSSI2LAM | Six-page laminated reference guide summarizes the recent research findings on dyslexia as they relate to language and literacy, and identifies the key areas of difficulty for students with dyslexia.
Dyslexia: Strategies, Supports and Interventions, 2nd Edition
Format: Laminated Reference Guide
This six-page laminated reference guide by Sandra Rief summarizes the recent research findings on dyslexia as they relate to language and literacy, and identifies the key areas of difficulty for students with dyslexia, including poor decoding or word attack skills, slow, inaccurate reading, and spelling difficulties.
It details key instructional requirements for students with dyslexia and describes the kind of intensive, explicit instruction that should be delivered within an RTI framework, offering a number of research-based, Tier 2 and Tier 3 interventions appropriate for one-on-one or small group instruction. The guide outlines the critical components of instruction for students with dyslexia, including:
- Phonemic awareness
- Phonics and decoding skills
- Components of language
- Word level skills
- Comprehensions strategies
- Spelling skills and strategies
- Metacognitive strategies
- Study skills