Nonlinguistic representation to support learning. Teach in ways to help students visually process information. Using graphic organizers, physical models, pictures, and kinesthetic activities. Include
...s fillable forms and ideas for sensory activities. See BUNDLE at S0XTEA0815.
Listen and Learn Idioms SET ONE is part of a growing series of SAY WHAT? - I'M ALL EARS mini-lessons that are well-loved by kids and adults alike.Listen and Learn Idioms TARGET:Listening and spoken la
Rainbows are fascinating. These worksheets explore the science of rainbows with instructional strategies and activities for introducing light and color along with answering the questions when and wh
...y rainbows appear. Activities use visuals to introduce new vocabulary, utilize text evidence, reinforce reading comprehension, and critical thinking.
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.
When you say ‘science’, one thinks of experiments and research. To do research, scientists conduct experiments to answer questions and learn new information. These experiments follow a specific sequen
...quence of steps called, ‘The Scientific Method’. Use these instructional strategies and activities to help students understand the Scientific Method and how it is applied to science experiments. Activities include determining the difference between a statement and a question, practice writing questions, understanding measurable/ non-measurable information, naming components of an experiment, and conducting an experiment using the Scientific Method.
These worksheets on the topic of National Battery Day are a fun way to introduce new vocabulary, start a discussion, and extend the lesson to student research. Includes language activities and fillabl
...e worksheets for word association, fill in the blank, sequencing, compare/contrast, writing, and reading comprehension.
Scientific study is the observation and measurement of change. Use these instructional strategies to teach students the basic scientific units of time (standard and metric). Activities include exami
...ning root parts such as "chrono," " -ology," reading comprehension and critical thinking, and ideas for extension lessons and student research.
word ‘science’ comes from the Latin word for knowledge – scientia.
According to the Merriam -
Webster dictionary it is ‘knowledge about or study of the natural world based
... on facts learned through
experiments and observation.” It is systematic, intellectual, and
Frequently, the instructional model for children who are deaf or hard of
hearing concentrates on language development and science learning is
considered to be extra. This
instructional material includes a lesson on SOUND as a means to exemplify a science instructional
Changes in the state of matter are physical changes, not chemical changes. When a substance moves from one phase to another it is still the same substance. These instructional strategies and activitie
...s can be used to introduce or reinforce states of matter. Activities include sentence completion, categorization, finding text evidence, and using critical thinking.
All living things are organized in groups according to similar characteristics and common ancestry. Each groups start from the largest and progress to the smallest. These instructional strategies and
... activities help students understand the scientific classification system (Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order...). Activities include creating a Kingdom wheel, student research, living v. non-living, charting common characteristics of animals, and using critical thinking skills to create their own charts.
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