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Activities for Successful Spelling. The Essential Guide Viewed

Ott P. (2008) Activities for Successful Spelling. The Essential Guide. Routledge

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2008
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Ameliorating children’s reading comprehension difficulties: A randomised controlled trial Viewed

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2010
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21(8) , 1106-1116.
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Clarke, P. J., Snowling, M. J., Truelove, E., & Hulme , C.

Animal school Viewed

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Ask a more experienced member of staff to work collaboratively Viewed

Ask a more experienced member of staff in the field of dyslexia/SpLD for opportunities to work more collaboratively and share examples of practice.

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Ask a relevant colleague to provide feedback on your strengths and areas for development as a member of a team that supports learners with dyslexia/SpLD. Viewed

Arrange for a relevant colleague to observe a lesson you teach /assist in , in which some of your learners have dyslexia/SpLd

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BDA's Dyslexia Friendly Schools Quality Mark Viewed

A pdf file outlining the key areas covered by the British Dyslexia Association Quality Mark scheme

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Be able to critically evaluate the relative strengths and weaknesses of different multi-sensory teaching programmes. Viewed

Be able to critically evaluate the relative strengths and weaknesses of different multi-sensory teaching programmes and a range of ICT resources.

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Beating Bureaucracy in Special Educational Needs Viewed

Gross J. (2008) Beating Bureaucracy in Special Educational Needs. David Fulton

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2008
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Become more familiar with a range of structured literacy programmes Viewed

Become more familiar with a range of structured literacy programmes and how this might be suited to the needs of individual learners.

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