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Riassunto: Dysgraphia is often misunderstood by parents, teachers, and students. This book is designed to present a student's view of the struggles and frustrations, while also presenting hope and specific strategies and compensations. Students (particularly elementary and middle school ages) will enjoy reading about Eli's adventures. Parents and professionals will gain insight into some of the issues, particularly feelings, students may have related to having a significant writing problem, dysgraphia. Throughout the story, Eli describes his feelings about the issue of writing and the reactions of his peers and teachers. After a significant adventure, Eli and his friends realize that everyone is different with different combinations of strengths and weaknesses. Several appendices include actual stories written by Eli in elementary school and a list of specific strategies for students with writing problems. An epilogue presents an Allegory written by Eli in college.
Dall'autore: Eli and I wrote Eli, the boy who hated to write to share easy-to-use strategies to help students who experience the frustrating problem of dysgraphia. The strategies suggested are designed to be fun, practical, and easy to implement and are appropriate for regular education or special education teachers as well as parents. The prime focus of the book is to also share the very real frustrations that these students experience, to show other students that they are not alone, to explain the issue to parents and teachers, and to present suggestions for strategies.
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Descrizione libro RET Center Press, 2000. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110966135334
Descrizione libro 2000. Paperback. Condizione libro: Used: Acceptable. Codice libro della libreria SONG0966135334