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SLI & reading: 1. Decoding (phonics)

Professor Snowling explains the causes of reading difficulties in specific language impairment (SLI) and how they link to dyslexia and spoken language problems. This video focuses on the decoding aspect of reading.

Signs of specific language impairment

This video describes possible signs of SLI in the classroom and is supported by a slideshow at: http://www.slideshare.net/RALLICampaign/signs-of-sli-in-the-classroom

Successful strategies: Memory, phonological awareness, and beginning phonics

A video explaining reading strategies focused on building auditory memory and sound discrimination for students with Down syndrome.

Teacher tips 2: Practical strategies

Students and teachers explain classroom teaching strategies to help students understand information and instructions in this video. Closed captions available.

Teaching deaf students in the inclusive classroom – part 2

Teachers and experts share strategies that support success in an inclusive classroom in this video from Learn NC (USA). Transcript available.

Webinar for 9/19/11 support

A group of US high school students describe the positive impact text-to-speech technologies have made to their independence, their confidence as learners, and to their increasing achievement. Video with closed captions.

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