Handbook: An English Program For Students With Learning Disabilities
Molly Cameron and Tessie Papaevagelou

Shoreline Press

The authors, teachers of students with learning disabilities, have devised a manual that is both practical and that fits into the Ministry of Education writing and literature requirements. The program is laid out in an easy-to-use format, with an overview, a delineation of skill areas, and specific strategies. It always keeps in mind that students with learning disabilities are not incidental learners: all skills must be taught directly. It is targeted at teachers, but could also be used by parents, since lists of most-used words and “tried and tested tips” are included. mRb