Stammering

This book provides essential information and guidance about stammering for those working in educational settings.

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Author: lena Rustin

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134125180

Category: Education

Page: 144

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This book provides essential information and guidance about stammering for those working in educational settings. The highly experienced team of authors demonstrates how early intervention is essential if children who stammer are to have the best chance of recovery; the practical strategies that can help with children's oral participation in class, particulary in the light of recent innovations such as the literacy hour and national numeracy strategy; the ways in which teachers can address the educational and social implications of stammering, and reverse the risk of underachieving if these children become isolated, anxious, withdrawn or disruptive; how to influence the climate in schools so that children who stammer are better understood and can be helped to their full potential; and how to prepare pupils for exams, particularly in secondary schools where they may be taking oral examinations. Throughout the text, reference is made to new government initiatives where appropriate, and each chapter includes case studies, practical tasks and activities that can be used in the school setting.

Stammering

A Practical Guide for Teachers and Other Professionals lena Rustin, Frances Cook, Willie Botterill, Cherry Hughes, Elaine Kelman. fr 1 L I RESOURCE MATERIALS FOR TEACHERS Stammering A Practical Guide for Teachers and Other Professionals ...

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Author: lena Rustin

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134125258

Category: Education

Page: 144

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This book provides essential information and guidance about stammering for those working in educational settings. The highly experienced team of authors demonstrates how early intervention is essential if children who stammer are to have the best chance of recovery; the practical strategies that can help with children's oral participation in class, particulary in the light of recent innovations such as the literacy hour and national numeracy strategy; the ways in which teachers can address the educational and social implications of stammering, and reverse the risk of underachieving if these children become isolated, anxious, withdrawn or disruptive; how to influence the climate in schools so that children who stammer are better understood and can be helped to their full potential; and how to prepare pupils for exams, particularly in secondary schools where they may be taking oral examinations. Throughout the text, reference is made to new government initiatives where appropriate, and each chapter includes case studies, practical tasks and activities that can be used in the school setting.

Understanding Stammering Or Stuttering

A Guide for Parents, Teachers and Other Professionals Elaine Kelman, Alison Whyte. rESOUrCES FOr TEACHErS The Michael Palin Centre The 'Stammering Information programme', which the centre has produced to educate school staff about ...

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Author: Elaine Kelman

Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

ISBN: 9781849052689

Category: Medical

Page: 127

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Explains the characteristics and psychological affects of stuttering and helps adults learn how to build the child's confidence and alleviate the stammer. Original.

Addressing Special Educational Needs and Disability in the Curriculum English

Costello, L. (Chair) (2016) Report of the Independent Teacher Workload Review Group: Eliminating unnecessary workload ... W., Hughes, C. and Kelman, E. (2001) Stammering: A Practical Guide for Teachers and Other Professionals.

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Author: Tim Hurst

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781315535838

Category: Education

Page: 196

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This book provides practical strategies and resources that have been proven effective in teaching English to pupils of all abilities, making English accessible, challenging and exciting. The author outlines important key principles that should underpin teaching and learning so that all pupils, including those with special educational needs, can enjoy the subject and make outstanding progress. The ideas and guidance draw on a wealth of experience, providing classroom activities and free online resources, which can be combined with different teaching approaches. A range of appendices provides teachers with real-life case studies and examples and templates for supporting pupils with SEND. Offering strategies that are specific to the context of English teaching, this book will enable teachers and their teaching assistants to: develop pupils’ understanding by engaging multi-sensory approaches; ensure all pupils are able to participate fully in lessons and achieve success; design and use individual plans for pupils with SEND; assess and adapt content and resources when differentiating materials for pupils with a wide range of learning needs; use formative assessments to measure learning and inform planning. An invaluable tool for whole-school continuing professional development, this fully revised text will be essential for teachers and their teaching assistants seeking guidance specific to teaching English to all pupils, regardless of their individual needs. This book will also be of interest to SENDCOs, learning support units and senior management teams as well as to teacher-training professionals.

Meeting SEN in the Curriculum English

Crewe, J. (2003) AQA English SpecificationA – AQA A Support Book. Oxford: OUP. ... Ltd. Ofsted (2003) Good Assessment Practice in English. London: HMSO. ... (2001) Stammering: A practical guide for teachers and other professionals.

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Author: Tim Hurst

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136771057

Category: Education

Page: 160

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All teachers are meeting more pupils with special needs in mainstream classrooms. Although there are general issues to be aware of subject specialists will always want specific guidance and examples. This series combines SEN expertise with subject knowledge to produce practical and immediate support. Covers: * Policy writing and how to do it * Simply explanation of SEN labels * Creating an inclusive classroom environment * Working with TA's

Meeting SEN in the Curriculum

Crewe, J. (2003) AQA English SpecificationA – AQA A Support Book. Oxford: OUP. ... Ltd. Ofsted (2003) Good Assessment Practice in English. London: HMSO. ... (2001) Stammering: A practical guide for teachers and other professionals.

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Author: Tim Hurst

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781843121572

Category: Education

Page: 169

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Accompanied by 1 CD(396).

Bibliographic Guide to Education

Stammering : a practical guide for teachers and other professionals / Lena Rustin ... ( et al . ) . London : David Fulton , 2001. x , 133 p . : ill . ; 30 cm . ( Resource materials for teachers ) Includes bibliographical references and ...

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... lists publications cataloged by Teachers College, Columbia University, supplemented by ... The Research Libraries of The New York Publica Library.

Exceptional Child Education Resources

Chapter 5 uses Howard Gardener's theory of multiple intelligences as a framework Stammering : A Practical Guide for Teachers prevention programs that are based on the and Other Professionals . premise that early intervention with ...

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Stammering

A resource book for teachers Trudy Stewart ... A guide for friends, family and professionals. ... with Pupils Who Stammer in Secondary Schools • A Guide to Good Practice when Working with Pupils Who Stammer in Primary Schools: Scottish ...

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Author: Trudy Stewart

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317386636

Category: Education

Page: 102

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What is stammering? How does it present itself? When does it occur? Why does it happen? What are the most effective strategies you can use to help? Providing background information about stammering as well as a wide range of tools and strategies, this practical book addresses the key challenges faced at nursery and school. There are separate sections on early years, primary and secondary level and include the most common areas that teachers must consider when supporting children who lack speech fluency, including: identifying children at risk of developing a stammer how to manage incidents of stammering how to manage classroom communication and oral participation helping children to make and maintain relationships help children to manage feelings associated with stammering working alongside speech and language therapists. Recent changes to the curriculum means that there is now a greater demand on children’s communication skills than ever. This book will help you provide the necessary support to a child who stammers by offering a clear explanation of the presentation of stammering and the best ways you manage the occurrence of stammering in a range of school contexts. Full of tips and advice this book will enable teachers and other professionals to work effectively with a child who stammers. This accessible book is essential for anyone concerned about a child in their care who presents with a stammer, including teachers, student teachers, SENCOs and parents.