Teaching Reading to Students Who Are At Risk or Have Disabilities

Teaching Reading to Students Who Are At Risk or Have Disabilities, 3rd edition

  • William D. Bursuck, 
  • Mary Damer

Choose the option that's right for you

Single

$9.99 / mo

4-month minimum term for $39.96

  • Access this eText title
  • Up to 2 devices

Multi

$14.99 / mo

4-month minimum term for $59.96

  • Access over 1,500 titles
  • Up to 2 devices
  • Discounted tutor access

Learn more, spend less

  • Icon

    Study smarter, not harder

    Save time with study tools in your eText

  • Icon

    Learn anytime, anywhere

    Get the app to access your eText whenever you need it

  • Icon

    Make it your own

    Your notes. Your highlights. Your eText

  • Icon

    Find it fast

    Quickly navigate your eText with search

  • Icon

    Stay organized

    Access all your eTexts in one place

Overview

Teaching Reading to Students Who Are at Risk or Have Disabilities describes in a clear, step-by-step fashion how you can take a systematic, explicit and success-oriented approach to teaching struggling readers in today’s accountability-driven schools.

Published by Pearson (April 30th 2014) - Copyright © 2015

ISBN-13: 9780133570571

Subject: Special Education

Category: Special Education Content Areas

Table of contents

1. An Introduction to Systematic, Explicit Reading Instruction
2. Phonemic Awareness
3. Beginning Reading/Early Decoding
4. Advanced Word Reading
5. Reading Fluency
6. Vocabulary Instruction
7. Comprehension

Appendices
A. Early Reading Assessment Batteries Used for Screening
B. DIBELS Benchmarks
C. Consonant Blends, Consonant Digraphs, and Diphthongs
D. Beginning Phonics Diagnostic Assessment
E. Lesson Plan for Beginning Reader
F. Advanced Word-Reading Diagnostic Assessment
G. Diagnostic Spelling Assessment for Advanced Readers
H. Lesson Plan for an Advanced Word Reader

Appendix: Tests of Vocabulary
Glossary
Name Index
Subject Index

Your questions answered

Introducing Pearson+. Reimagined learning, designed for you. Choose from one eText or over 1,500 eTexts and study tools, all in one place, for one low monthly subscription. A new way to buy books that fits your budget. Make the most of your study time with offline access, enhanced search, notes and flashcards — to get organized, get the work done quicker and get results. Plus, with the app, put textbooks in your pocket and learn wherever. It's time to upgrade the textbook and simplify learning, so you can have time to live too.

Pearson eText is an easy-to-use digital textbook available from Pearson+. Make it your own by adding notes and highlights. Download the Pearson+ mobile app to learn on the go, even offline. Listen on the go with our new audiobook feature, available for most titles.

When you choose a plan, you're signing up for a 4-month term. We will charge your payment method each month until your 4-month term has ended. After that, we'll automatically renew your subscription and charge you on a month-to-month basis unless you turn off auto-renewal in My account.

When you purchase a Pearson+ subscription, it will last a minimum of 4 months, and then automatically renew each month thereafter unless you turn off auto-renew in My account.

If you want to stop your subscription at the end of your 4-month term, simply turn off auto-renew from My account. To avoid the next payment charge, make sure you turn auto renewal off 1 day before the auto renewal date.

You can subscribe again after auto-renew has been turned off by purchasing another Pearson+ subscription.

We use your credit card to renew your subscription automatically. To make sure your learning is uninterrupted, please check your card details before your first monthly payment.

With a Multi Pearson+ subscription plan, you can download up to 5 titles on the Pearson+ app from My list on each of your authorized devices every month.

When you're using your Multi Pearson+ subscription plan in a browser, you can select and read from as many titles as you like.