This readable and accessible book is for anyone who is working with dyslexic students of all ages.
Part 1 deals with the language of math and basic concepts.
Part 2 suggests teaching strategies for particular topics.
The author discusses difficulties and suggests ways to overcome them, with particular reference to problems relating to number, algebra, shape, space, measurement and handling data. She demonstrates how dyslexia affects mathematics and looks at assessment tests and learning styles. The book includes a chapter on how computers can help and appendices providing a word list, and software and resources lists.
|Peppercorn Book Number: 924-0001|
|Publisher: David Fulton|
|Place of Publication: London, UK|
|Year of Publication: 1998|
|Size: A4, portrait|
|Length: 120 pages|