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Trying to prepare your special education students for high stakes testing? Here is a reading intervention that helps your students gain confidence in reading while helping them build skills that are needed for testing, Each week your students will read paired passages, support answers with text evidence, answer open-ended questions, review vocabulary, and write a prompt using all they have learned throughout the week. Grab yours today!
If you’re looking for ideas on how to teach deeper meaning in content areas, then you’re in the right place! Think about social studies, science, or health topics. How can you provide lessons for students to develop a deeper meaning to the topic? I’ve found the following ideas truly help students understand the concepts or content.
You decide to skip over writing instruction. You squeeze in some writing prompts or writing responses here and there and call it a day. So what happens when you don’t teach writing? I know first-hand what happens and it isn’t pretty. I worked with a group of high school students writing college entrance essays. They didn't know where to begin and needed direct instruction on how to write an effective essay. Where is this disconnect in our education system? Read on for some shocking facts.
Within these texts, students will gain tools of compassion to inspire their personal growth in becoming inclusive individuals who encourage and celebrate diversity. Whether in the classroom or on the street, readers will be equipped with the understanding that uniqueness should not be feared, but should instead, be celebrated and appreciated! Read on for Mentor Text to Celebrate Diversity in the Classroom!