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by Regina G. Richards

Author: Regina G. Richards
Subcategory: Parenting
Language: English
Publisher: RET Center Press; 4th edition (January 3, 2005)
Pages: 44 pages
Category: Relationships and Parenting
Rating: 4.5
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Published by RET Center Press (2005). ISBN 10: 0966135350 ISBN 13: 9780966135350.

Regina G. Richards, MA is President and Director of Richards Educational Therapy Center Inc. She was also the founder . When Writing's a Problem: Understanding Dysgraphia and Helpful Hints for Reluctant Writers. by Regina G. Richards.

After graduating from the University of Michigan with her Master’s in Education, Regina began work in bilingual education focusing on teaching training and curriculum development.

When writings a problem: Understanding dysgraphia and helpful hints for reluctant writers. Chicago: Contemporary Books

When writings a problem: Understanding dysgraphia and helpful hints for reluctant writers. Riverside, CA: RET Center Press. Personal Stories about Learning Disabilities in Children Cicci, R. (1995). Chicago: Contemporary Books. Published by the IDA Information Services Committee. Hallowell, E. (1996).

2005) When Writing's a Problem: Understanding Dysgraphia and Helpful Hints for Reluctant Writer (4th edn), Riverside, CA. .3. Richards, R. G. and Richards, E. L. (2000) Eli, the boy who Hated to Write: Understanding.

2005) When Writing's a Problem: Understanding Dysgraphia and Helpful Hints for Reluctant Writer (4th edn), Riverside, CA: RET Center Press. Dysgraphia, Riverside, CA: RET Center Press.

Does your child have handwriting problems or dysgraphia? Discover the signs of dysgraphia and how to help a student . When Writing's a Problem: A Description of Dysgraphia - by Regina Richards, a great starting place.

Does your child have handwriting problems or dysgraphia? Discover the signs of dysgraphia and how to help a student with dysgraphia. next: Related articles: LD OnLine In Depth: Writing (Many articles about writing and learning disabilities). Keyboarding Programs for Students with Special Needs - part of LD OnLine's listing of Assistive Technology Resources for Students with Learning Disabilities.

Regina Richards, a well-known expert on dysgraphia (and Eli's mom) .

Regina Richards, a well-known expert on dysgraphia (and Eli's mom), explains how to help children who struggle with the challenges Eli describes. When presented with a writing task in school, Eli's friend reminds him he has strengths to use to help him get through the assignment. Concrete visual techniques are extremely helpful and include a wide range of strategies such as pre-writing worksheets, frames, visual organizers, mind maps, and clusters.

But ‘when writing that book’ you need to have a good picture of your AVATAR! . If a 7th grader picks up a book with juvenile fantastical features on the cover and is bombarded with SAT level vocabulary, they aren't going to have a great time reading.

But ‘when writing that book’ you need to have a good picture of your AVATAR! Happy Writing. Knowing your intended audience helps keep the reader on the edge of their seat. Know what engages the readers in your demographic, and build off of that. Remember that not every work of literature has to have a set in stone demographic. Harry Potter, while intended for middle grade readers, has trancended age barriers with readers all over the world and of all ages.

This booklet defines and outlines the stages of writing and dysgraphic symptoms are explained. Guidelines are provided to identify dysgraphic students and specific helps and compensations are recommended. Specific chapters include * Message to students * What is dysgraphia? * The reluctant writer * The subskills for writing * A process approach to writing * Stages of writing development * Appropriate pencil grips * Observable symptoms of dysgraphia * Identifying the dysgraphic student * Recommendations for creative writing, word processing, and voice activated software, and * Compensations