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Writing Research Papers

28 pages, soft cover with staple binding

Writing Research Papers¬†describes the component skills of written expression, the impact language-based learning disabilities have on students’ success with writing research papers, and sample strategies for teaching the research and writing process.

Topics in this booklet include:

  • component skills to written expression
  • the role of study skills and executive function in written expression
  • common difficulties with writing research papers
  • suggested strategies for structuring the writing process
  • recommended reading and online resources

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About the Author

Erin Broudo

Erin Broudo currently teaches in a language-based program for grades 6-8 in the Wachusett Regional School District based in Holden, MA. Prior to this position, she worked as a special education coordinator at Masconomet Regional High School in Topsfield, MA. Erin began her teaching career at Landmark High School, where she taught literature and grammar & composition courses in the preparatory program, as well as one-on-one language arts tutorials, for seven years. She has been teaching online courses for Landmark Outreach since she left Landmark and continues to participate in Outreach seminars, as well as other professional development opportunities related to dyslexia and language-based instruction.

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