Our books provide the essential information and strategies needed to build students' language and literacy skills. Written by teachers for teachers, they focus on empowering students with language-based learning disabilities (LBLD). All materials are based on Landmark's Six Teaching Principles and are appropriate for both special and general education teachers.
Landmark's Language-Based Teaching Series provides the essential information and practical classroom resources K-12 educators need to build students' language and literacy skills. Each book provides concise explanations, mini-case studies, and online access to customizable materials for classroom use. Language-Based Learning Disabilities is the first book in this new series.
OUT OF PRINT - 2nd edition coming soon!
Designed for educators interested in ensuring that diverse learners in their schools are served equitably. The pedagogy and practical classroom strategies included in this teaching resource help students learn more effectively. Appropriate for general and special educators at the middle and high school levels, and educators in independent schools.
Designed for educators who want to incorporate study skills instruction into their curriculum, this 2-book set provides practical strategies, clear instructions, and reproducible organizers to help students learn to manage materials, time and language. Appropriate for educators of grades 4-12.
Practical strategies, graphic organizers, and templates for teaching paragraphs and basic essays. Appropriate for educators of grades 5-12.
Speech-language pathologists, and special and general education teachers at the K-8 levels will find this useful as a diagnostic tool, a guide for teaching receptive and expressive language skills, a desk reference, and a resource for word lists and templates for student use.
From Talking to Writing offers comprehensive instruction and strategies to empower students' writing and oral language skills. Appropriate for general and special educators of K-6 students and those who work with older students who have oral and written language difficulties.