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“Picture This Multiple Meanings in English Context”  (Green workbook) “Picture This Multiple Meanings in English Context”  (Green workbook)
“Picture This Multiple Meanings in English Context” (Green workbook)
By Kristin DiPerri
sku: A24RDG1407
$ 20
This workbook contains 40 exercises. Each page highlights a single English word (e.g. light ) and uses it in four separate, contextualized sentences (e.g. 1) Turn on a light ! The room is too dark! ... ark!  2) The kitten is light. The puppy is heavy. 3) I ate a lot for breakfast. I will eat a light lunch. 4) Grandpa will light his pipe.) The student reads each sentence. If translating to ASL, the student decides which ASL handshape was used to make the sign for the target word in each sentence. The student cuts out the related ASL Handshape from a copied page with all handshapes and pastes it in the correct box.  As each sentence uses a multiple meaning for the word the handshapes used will be different-visually signifying the difference in meaning despite the same English word. Finally the student illustrates the sentence meaning. Vocabulary and sentences are kept simple to ensure  cognitive energy is focused of the meaning of the word in context.  The Bedrock Literacy Curriculum manual is available at https://successforkidswithhearingloss.com/product/bedrock-literacy-curriculum/)
“Picture This Figurative Language in English Context” (Purple workbook) “Picture This Figurative Language in English Context” (Purple workbook)
“Picture This Figurative Language in English Context” (Purple workbook)
By Kristin DiPerri
sku: A24RDG1409
$ 20
This workbook, though beyond the beginning level, provides a clear format for considering how figurative language "works" without high level vocabulary and difficult syntax. Using simple vocabulary ... abulary and comprehensible context, each page has a single word that is used figuratively in two very short paragraphs (e.g. LIGHT- 1) eat a light lunch, 2) to feel light headed). Students read the paragraph, discuss the intent, provide evidence from details in the paragraph that lead to their definition of the highlighted phrase. They then illustrate the paragraph.  The Bedrock Literacy Curriculum manual is available at https://successforkidswithhearingloss.com/product/bedrock-literacy-curriculum/)
Instructional Strategies BUNDLE Instructional Strategies BUNDLE
Instructional Strategies BUNDLE
$ 795
This bundle of instructional stategies includes information and activties for using prior knowledge, cooperative learning, goal setting, key information, effort v. practice, comparison, and visual org ... anizers. 71 pages. Use with all ability levels.
SCIENCE VOCAB: BONES! SCIENCE VOCAB: BONES!
SCIENCE VOCAB: BONES!
By Literacy at Work!
sku: A31LAN1530
$ 0
THE SKELETAL SYSTEM -- DOMAIN SPECIFIC SCIENCE VOCABULARY!Want a clever way to increase students' science vocabulary? Use this worksheet as Halloween approaches or at any time during the school year f ... or a warm-up to the school day or in-between activities. In my many years of working as an educational interpreter, I noticed that it was not unusual for deaf and hard-of-hearing students who were behind their peers struggle with answering questions that began with: "What's your favorite . . .?" Often, they would answer "yes" or not be sure how to answer. The beauty of this type of worksheet is that there is no wrong answer, it is short-yet-effective, and it exposes students to a variety of categories and vocabulary within a specific domain. If time allows, it can open up a discussion on the topic. Gradually, this type of practice worksheet will help students learn how to answer this common question that seems easy on the surface, but not for those that may not have the background knowledge and vocabulary necessary to answer it.The thumbnail for this “What’s Your Favorite?” series will have a violet purple background - violet for vocabulary! Looking for fast and easy vocabulary building worksheets? Look for the violet thumbnails! Like the "What's Your Favorite...?" worksheet series? Leave me a comment so that I know you would like more!Debbie Love, M.Ed.
Instructional Strategies - Comprehension of Science Text Instructional Strategies - Comprehension of Science Text
Instructional Strategies - Comprehension of Science Text
$ 3
It can be directions and procedures needed to conduct an experiment, an explanation of key facts in research reports needed to answer questions or solve a problem, or an expanded narrative in books, a ... rticles, or websites providing background information. The child’s familiarity with the different formats and ability to comprehend information from them is closely related to general reading skills and competency. Includes strategies for activating prior knowledge, understanding text structures, and finding text evidence. See BUNDLE at S0XTEA0815.
Listen and Think Thanksgiving Brain Play Activity Listen and Think Thanksgiving Brain Play Activity
Listen and Think Thanksgiving Brain Play Activity
By Listen With Lynn - Lynn A. Wood
sku: A15LAN1421
$ 5
Listen & Think Brainplay is a rich activity that targets listening, following directions, auditory processing, vocabulary, and comprehension skills.Ideal For: Listening & Spoken Language, Executive Fu ... unctioning, Deaf & Hard of Hearing, Auditory Processing, Speech, Auditory Verbal Therapy, ELA, Teletherapy, Home...The more a child knows about a topic, such as Thanksgiving the easier it is to comprehend and retain the information. Background knowledge of recurring holidays and seasons is fundamental for language, academic, and communication success. Listen & Think Brainplay is not only a great way to grow Thanksgiving vocabulary but it fosters back-and-forth conversation. Research is clear that when children engage in serve and return interactions, activity increases in the parts of the brain responsible for listening and spoken language processing and production.Children who are deaf and hard of hearing as well as those students with limited language may struggle to increase their vocabulary because of weak auditory memory, difficulty with auditory comprehension, and lack of exposure. What's Included?28 Thanksgiving-related conversation starters, questions, and trivia topics.Answer sheet with space for data collectionFive suggested ways to playListening and Spoken Language (LSL) TipsEasy one-time prep. Print the game card and laminate them if you wish.◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈CUSTOMER TIPS:➼ Questions? Email me before purchasing this resource or anytime later♥ Sign-up HERE for the Listen With Lynn Emails♥ Let’s Connect:InstagramFacebookKeep up your good work. I am blessed to help along the way. Thanks so much!Lynn
Instructional Strategies - Use of Comparison Instructional Strategies - Use of Comparison
Instructional Strategies - Use of Comparison
$ 295
Use these fillable worksheets to help students for comprehension, comparison, teaching similies, new vocabulary, figurative language and idioms. See BUNDLE at S0XTEA0815.
Spring-Themed Main Idea and Details Spring-Themed Main Idea and Details
Spring-Themed Main Idea and Details
By The Tote Bag Teacher
sku: A21RDG1391
$ 350
Identifying the main idea and supporting details can be tricky for younger students. This 12-page PDF resource helps make it a little easier. Included are six spring-themed non-fiction topics that wil ... l engage and interest little learners. Each topic includes two versions (multiple choice and open-ended) to best meet students' needs.Students will read each non-fiction topic, identify the main idea, and provide one supporting detail. There is also one sentence in each passage that doesn't support the main idea that students are asked to identify. Topics included are baby animals, spring showers, new buds, spring holidays, windy days, and spring planting.What's included:(6) non-fiction passages with multiple-choice questions.(6) non-fiction passages with short-answer questions. Answer keyIf you like this product, please consider rating it. I truly appreciate the feedback from other teachers.
“Picture This Multiple Meanings for Beginning English Readers”   (Orange workbook) “Picture This Multiple Meanings for Beginning English Readers”   (Orange workbook)
“Picture This Multiple Meanings for Beginning English Readers” (Orange workbook)
By Kristin DiPerri
sku: A24RDG1406
$ 20
This workbook contains 60 target multiple meaning words in sentences for beginning readers. Each page highlights a single English word (e.g. hard ) and uses it in two separate, contextualized sente ... tences (e.g. 1) Brian can't sleep. His bed is too hard. 2) The teacher gave a math test. It was hard ! ). The student reads each sentence. If translating to ASL, the student decides which ASL handshape was used to make the sign for the target word in each sentence. The student cuts out the related ASL Handshape from a copied page with all handshapes and pastes it in the correct box. As each sentence uses a multiple meaning for the word the handshapes used will be different-visually signifying the difference in meaning despite the same English word. Finally the student illustrates the sentence meaning. Vocabulary and sentences are kept simple to ensure cognitive energy is focused of the meaning of the word in context.The Bedrock Literacy Curriculum manual is available at https://successforkidswithhearingloss.com/product/bedrock-literacy-curriculum/)
Literacy Instruction - BUNDLE Literacy Instruction - BUNDLE
Literacy Instruction - BUNDLE
$ 795
This bundle includes instructional strategies for literacy instruction beginning with print awareness to reading comprehension. The 5 components of literacy are discussed in detail, and activities ar ... e included, many for all levels of instruction. 48 pages. Includes ID numbers: 0971, 0972, 0980, 0982, 0983, 0985, 0986, 0987, 0988.
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