Statement of responsibility: edited by Lindsay Peer and Gavin Reid
ISBN: 1315708477, 9781138898646, 9781315708478
Includes bibliographical references and index.
xvi, 260 pages : illustrations (black and white)
Multilingualism in children.; Dyslexia.; Dyslexic children Education.; Literacy.
Electronic reproduction. Dawson Books. Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Also available in printed form.
- Foreword Tony Cline and Charles Hayne Section 1: Multilingualism, Literacy and Dyslexia: The Context 1. Introduction Gavin Reid and Lindsay Peer 2. Dyslexia and learning: theory into practice Angela Fawcett 3. Dyslexia, Bi/Multilingualism and Otitis Media (Glue Ear): A Sticky Educational Problem! Lindsay Peer 4. Dyslexia and Multilingualism: a critical perspective Deirdre Martin 5. Principles and guidelines in test construction for multilingual children Gad Elbeheri and John Everett 6. Multilingualism: The Role of the Psychologist in Assessment and Intervention Jenny Guise, Gavin Reid, Sionah Lannen and Colin Lannen 7. Language, literacy, identity and culture: Challenges and responses for Indigenous Maori learners Sonja Macfarlane, Te Hurinui Clarke and Angus Macfarlane Section 2: Planning Implementing Intervention8. Language-based literacy interventions: Innovative practice in South Africa Elizabeth Nadler-Nir and Michelle Pascoe 9. Foreign language teacher training on dyslexia: DysTEFL resources Judit Kormos and Joanna Nijakowska 10. EAL, SEND and Dyslexia; the role of the 21stCentury SENCO Abigail Gray 11. Findings from a Multilingualism Project Tilly Mortimer and Mim Hutchings 12. Dyslexia and Bilingualism: The Case of Children Learning English as an Additional Language Linda Siegel 13. Theory and practice in the support of young people and adults with English as an Additional Language and dyslexia, in further and higher education Sheena Bell and Emma Tudhope 14. Two Blingual Case Studies From A Specialist Dyslexia Practioner's Perspective - Working In Germany Maya Jakubowicz Section 3: Planning and Implementing Intervention 15. Contradictions/dilemmas around differentiation in and out of class for students with dyslexia studying EFL Marie Rontou 16. Approaching Dyslexia and Multiple Languages Gilda Palti 17. The development of reading skills in children provided simultaneous instruction in two distinct writing systems Nandini Singh and Kate Currawalla 18. The emotional and mental health challenges of acculturation, multilingual stress and migration Richard Soppitt 19. Policy Considerations in Addressing the Needs of L2 Learners Who May Have Dyslexia Esther Geva and Yueming Xi 20. Neighbor Languages in Scandinavia in a Multilingual World Michael Dal Post Script Lindsay Peer and Gavin Reid