Characteristics of Language Based Instruction Within Math Classes

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Characteristics of Language Based Instruction Within Math Class

Landmark School's Six Teaching Principles™ create the conditions for learning that students with learning disabilities need to succeed. Students with language-based learning disabilities (LBLD) make stunning progress with targeted, intensive, skills-based instruction under these conditions. These principles will be presented, with WoodinMath-based examples of their application within a language-based math class.

Landmark's Six Teaching Principles™

Provide opportunities for success.     • Ensure automatization through practice and review.

• Use multisensory approaches.         • Provide models.

• Micro-unit and structure tasks. Include students in the learning process.

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