What does a Language Learning Disabilities class look like?
- Provide opportunities for successto foster a sense of self-efficacy.
- Use multisensory approaches so that all content is conveyed in visual, auditory, and tactile modes (see it, hear it, say it, do something with it).
- Micro-unit and structure tasks to form step-by-step processes, which facilitate learning and provide incremental opportunities for success that help students persist in the face of longer, more complex tasks.
- Ensure automatization through practice and review, as consistency and repetition develop skill.
- Provide models to give students samples of successful work and set clear standards, which helps students begin assignments and self-assess as they work.
- Include students in the learning process, because increasing students' self-awareness as learners helps them engage and invest in the classroom.
Last Modified on August 5, 2019