Evidence-based strategies that teachers can use when planning and executing instruction for students with hearing loss. Includes components of effective vocabulary instruction. See BUNDLE at S0XTEA08
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.
Use this activity as a game with students who need to practice using descriptive words. Create clues for a "What am I?" game from using broad descriptors to more specific descriptors. Can be adapted
...to beginning learners to advanced learners.
Teach the connection between effort and achievement with these activities designed to help students understand the importance of effort and how it can directly correlate to their success. See BUNDLE a
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