The NOVEMBER Listening and Language By The Month resource includes seven activities that can be used ALL MONTH for auditory memory and comprehension, seasonal vocabulary, developing grammar, and build
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.
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.
This bundle includes 10 files from The Itinerant Teacher's Handbook: 1) Potential Impact of Hearing Loss, 2) Collaborative Relationships, 3) Life Balance, 4) Collaborative Teamwork, 5) Making Inclusio
...n Work, 6) Promoting Language and Literacy, 7) Helping Parents Communicate, 8) Promoting Social Skills, Friendships, Self-Advocacy, 9) Assessment Issues, 10) Planning Transitions. Save 33% over purchasing all 10 separately. NOTE: Printed book is available for $59. P05TEA0426-435)
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.
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.
The DECEMBER Listening and Language By The Month resource includes seven activities that can be used ALL MONTH for auditory memory and comprehension, seasonal vocabulary, developing grammar, and build
This super-simple daily reading journal for 1st and 2nd graders is designed to increase reading fluency and comprehensionResearch shows that daily reading is critical for improving reading and leads t
...o increased higher vocabulary and academic success. This daily reading journal is an easy way to get students reading daily while improving their reading comprehension, fluency, vocabulary, and more.This daily reading journal features 5 pages with 3 book entries each. Each entry starts by having the student read their book three times, perfect for increasing fluency. After checking off their fluency boxes, they move on to fill out the rest of the entry. For all entries, students record the book's title, author, illustrator, author's purpose, fiction/non-fiction, and F&P level. Each entry also has a different comprehension question, making it great for students to dig a bit deeper into their higher-thinking skills.What's included:5-page pdf file with 3 book entries per page.Each book entry has space to record, title, author, illustrator, fiction/non-fiction, author's purpose, and F & P level.Each book entry features a different comprehension question.Please look at the preview to get a better idea of what this product looks like.To use this product, simply print as many copies as you'd like, three-hole punch them and place them in a binder or pronged notebook labeled with each students' name. Some ideas to use this product:Perfect for independent reading timeUse with your guided reading groupsSend back and forth from school to home for nightly reading practiceUse as an intervention for struggling readersIf you enjoy this prep-free resource, please consider rating and reviewing it. I appreciate the feedback from other teachers!
This workbook is designed for beginning readers who are
Deaf or Hard of Hearing. It provides the reader with opportunities to consider
the meaning of the first type of figurative language- the "phra
verb". Phrasal verbs (for example, eat out, dress up, take
after, look out, etc.) can be very confusing for young readers because
they are not the sum of the word meanings as separate entities. For example
"get dressed" does not mean someone will literally obtain (get) a
dress. Rather the phrase means "to put clothes on". In this workbook
students practice this skill with 60 frequently used phrasal verbs. They will
read 2-3 highly contextualized sentences that are written with beginning
vocabulary. Students then discuss the meaning of the target phrasal verb. They
will identify the ASL sign handshape used to produce the phrasal verb (for
example, GET-DRESS uses the 5 handshapes). They cut out the 5 handshape and
paste it in a box on the worksheet. Finally, students will illustrate the
correct meaning of the target phrasal verb as used in the sentences. A pre and
posttest scoring grid is included for progress monitoring.
Bedrock Literacy Curriculum manual is available at https://successforkidswithhearingloss.com/product/bedrock-literacy-curriculum/)
A great teaching tool for a unit on whales. Eight engaging stories about whales! Leveled reading passages, vocabulary, and reading comprehension questions for intermediate to advanced learners. Leapin
...g Whales; The Humpback Heroes; The Worlds Biggest Sharks; The Worlds Loneliest Whale; Whales Catch Dinner in Bubble Nets; What are Glaciers: What is Migration; What is Whale Fall.
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