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Effective Literacy Instruction for Adults with Specific Learning Disabilities: Implications for Adult Educators

Hock, M.F. (2012). Effective literacy instruction for adults with specific learning disabilities: Implications for adult educators. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 45(1), 64-78.

Topic: Adult Literacy
Subcategory: Big Picture
Summary: This literature review identifies evidence-based instructional practices that significantly improve the literacy achievement of adults with learning disabilities who attend adult basic education, GED programs, or community colleges.

 

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