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Resources and Fact Sheets

SPELD SA sources and produces free online materials to help with literacy and numeracy teaching and ideas to help those with specific learning difficulties. The resources are easy to use and accessible to teachers, parents and anyone who is wanting to help a person with a specific learning difficulty, like dyslexia.

SPELD SA Fact sheets and Useful Resources

Specific Learning Difficulties

Specific Learning Disorders Flow Chart

Identifying Dyslexia in the Early Years

Understanding Learning Difficulties Guide for Teachers

Briefings on topics related to Specific Learning Difficulties

Adjustments for Students with Learning Difficulties

SACE Board of SA

SACE Board of SA

FAQ - Dyslexia

FAQ - Dysgraphia

FAQ - Dyscalculia

FAQ - What are SLD's

Assessment Tools

Synthetic Phonics Assessment Tools

Free Literacy Tests DIBELS and MOTIF

Phonics Books UK - Diagnostic Assessment Cards

Phonics Books UK - Dandelion Launchers and Readers Reading Assessments

Literacy Programs

Examples of Synthetic Phonic Programs

Comparison of the Aust Curriculum V8.3 Content with Jolly Phonics/Grammar

Examples of high quality, evidence based programs

General Literacy

Clever Bytes: Good Teaching Practices

Stairway to Reading Success

Parts of Speech Posters in PDF

Parts of Speech Posters in PowerPoint

Choosing the right books for beginning readers

Introducing phonic readers into schools

Premier's Reading Challenge

The 'Big Six' components of reading

Oral Language

Let's Talk Together Language Cards

SPELD SA Music and Movement Channel

Phonological Awareness

Phonemic Awareness Tasks

Developing Phonological Awareness

Phonics

Jolly Phonics Word Bank

Spelling for Older Students

Vocabulary

Blaxcell St Vocab Scope & Sequence

Fluency - coming soon

Comprehension - coming soon

Numeracy

Teaching Maths

Maths Instruction for Struggling Students

SPELD SA is a not-for-profit organisation founded in 1969. We provide advice and services to children and adults with specific learning difficulties and those who care for, teach, and work with them.

Our organisation is governed by a council, whose members include parents, teachers, accountants, lawyers, psychologists, optometrists, doctors, speech pathologists and other interested professionals.

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