Publications

Outreach publications model evidence-based practical strategies that develop students' listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. They provide you with the materials you need to enhance your instruction. Learn how and why language-based instruction is essential to successful learning.

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    2nd Edition – From Talking to Writing: Strategies for Supporting Narrative and Expository Writing

    250 pages, soft cover This new, significantly updated edition of From Talking to Writing offers welcome help for any educator working with students who struggle with writing and/or expressive language skills. From word choice to sentence structure and composition development, this book provides step-by-step strategies for teaching narrative and expository writing. What you’ll find in...

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    Multiplication and Division Facts for the Whole-to-Part, Visual Learner

    382 pages, soft cover Students need multiplication facts to multiply and divide multi-digit numbers and perform fraction operations. These facts need to be available in both multiplication and division format, and organized through a relational context so that they may be ordered and compared. Learn to provide students with a way to store, access, and...

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    Executive Function: Foundations for Learning and Teaching

    143 pages, soft cover Landmark’s Language-Based Teaching Series provides the essential information and practical classroom resources that 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. What You’ll Find in Executive Function: • Concise information about executive function and...

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    Teaching Writing Skills: Paragraphs to Essays

    87 pages, soft cover This Landmark Outreach resource provides a logical, practical approach to teaching process writing. It describes step-by-step instructions for writing paragraphs, linking paragraphs together, and adding introductory and concluding paragraphs to build essays in order to help students with language-based learning disabilities gain confidence in their writing abilities. Additionally, templates and practice...

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    Language-Based Learning Disabilities

    105 pages, soft cover Landmark’s Language-Based Teaching Series provides the essential information and practical classroom resources that 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. What You’ll Find in Language-Based Learning Disabilities: • Chapters organized in to “What...

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  • Book Set

    Study Skills & Study Skills Organizers

    130 pages, 2 soft cover books 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. These two books highlight: • the relationship between study...

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    Paragraph Frameworks

    42 pages, soft cover This student workbook is intended for use with From Talking to Writing. The workbook is designed for student practice. It includes six copies of each paragraph framework described in the teaching guide. These frameworks provide scaffolding for students to build paragraph-writing skills. They should be used until students can structure the paragraph...

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    Sentence Frameworks

    66 pages, soft cover This student workbook is intended for use with From Talking to Writing. The workbook is designed for student practice. It includes six copies of each sentence framework described in the teaching guide. These frameworks provide scaffolding for students to build sentence-writing skills. They should be used until students can structure their sentences...

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    Thinking About Language

    296 pages, soft cover 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. Designed for professionals who work with elementary and...

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    Writing

    92 pages, soft cover Practical strategies, graphic organizers, and templates for teaching paragraphs and basic essays. Appropriate for educators of grades 5-12. Designed for teachers who work with students who have difficulty with writing and expressive language skills, this book provides practical strategies for teaching writing by scaffolding the five-step writing process. It includes chapters...

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