Left-handed advice;In brief;Books and resources

7th May 1999 at 01:00
How can you make life easier for the left-handed children in your classroom? Don't sit them by a wall and when demonstrating tasks, sit opposite them so they can copy you as a mirror image. These are two of the tips in "The Left-Handers Handbook" by writer, broadcaster and lecturer, Diane G Paul. Other sections include: stringing and playing a guitar, sources of equipment, school projects and research procedures for students. pound;9.95 from bookshops.

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