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by John McShane,Julie Dockrell

ePub Children's Learning Difficulties: A Cognitive Approach download
Author:
John McShane,Julie Dockrell
ISBN13:
978-0631170174
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0631170170
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Wiley-Blackwell; 1 edition (January 15, 1993)
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Social Sciences
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Traducción de: Children´s learning difficulties. View all. Julie Dockrell. University College London. Hoff & Naigles, 2002. Experimental studies have also demonstrated that 2-and 3-year old children can use the surrounding sentence as a source of information about word reference and meaning (Dockrell & McShane, 1990. Gillette et a. 1999. Reference: Real world word learning: Exploring the development of children's lexical representations.

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Many children experience difficulties in learning. Thesedifficulties may be specific, as occurs when a child experiencesproblems with some particular task such as reading, or they can bemore general, as occurs when learning is slower than normal acrossa range of tasks. In this book Julie Dockrell and John McShane aimto give a clear account of learning difficulties, linking thetheoretical with the practical in an accessible framework.A central theme of the book is the role that cognitive factors playin learning difficulties. What impedes a child's progress inacquiring new knowledge? Why are children with learningdifficulties impoverished in their use of strategies? How dochildren with learning difficulties differ from children developingwithout such problems? The authors argue that in order both toassess a child's problems and to design successful interventionprograms it is essential to have an understanding of the demandsplaced on a child's cognitive system and the abilities of thatsystem to deal with these demands They go on to describe the skillsand strategies children need in order to read, spell, talk and usearithmetic; they show how to assess what missing skills andtechniques lie behind learning difficulties, and discuss techniqueswhich can be used to correct and compensate for these problems.Throughout the authors aim to give practitioners a way, based intheory, of evaluating and tackling the problems facing any givenchild.