While many study skills, composition and reading skills texts separate these activities into discrete skills to be learned separately, this books recognizes that these skills are interconnected. A student who struggles with the reading will have a hard time writing about it or discussing it. A student who has inadequate strategies for listening to lectures will struggle to see the connections between the lecture and the reading. Therefore, this book moves away from the “skills and drills” texts that are so common in reading and writing textbooks. Instead, this book features process and provides opportunities for students (and instructors) to think about the best ways to approach academic tasks. For example, a “skills and drills” oriented book might teach students how to take Cornell Notes and use graphic organizers, but it does not provide any information for students that would allow them to decide when it would be best to choose one note taking method over the other. This book’s main focus is helping students develop that sort of judgement.
This is a lesson plan to help teach students how to create a digital story using the ipad app "Story Creator" The students will watch some examples of differnt digital stories other students have created. Next, students will use previously learned information on animals and their habitats to fill out a storyboard that will help guide them to creating a digital story. Students will draw pictures and write text to accompany these pictures. The lesson will end with students presenting about their animal they chose and its habitat through means of a digital story.
This is a Lesson Plan discussing Social Media and how makes one feel created by Common Sense Education that I have incorporated into a lesson for my 10th grade resource students. It is just one component of Digital Citizenship that I want to start out with in my classroom. Common Sense Education has several to choose from. Check out their website for more great ideas and resources!
This lesson is to teach students about different apps they can use to create their digital stories based upon the script that they wrote. In this lesson, they will explore different video-making apps and begin to create their video using their script and storyboards.
This lesson plan was created for middle school or high school special educators to use for their peer tutors. This lesson plan may be used by teachers to teach their peer tutors how to create a digital story on disability awareness in conjunction with a disability that they have previously researched. It may also be used in a social studies class where students have previously studied civil rights, equality, and education laws.
Figurative language uses words or expressions that go beyond the literal meaning of words to get the message across. Although direct language is easier to understand, in some instances we respond better to more creative wording. For example, writers like to use figurative language to build imagery and give words more power. Idioms and analogies are considered some of the highest levels of language processing and some students with language impairments struggle with understanding the meaning of these figurative language.
In this lesson, students with fluency disorders will listen to 3 podcasts chosen from a curated list about fluency disorders and write a reflection based on guiding reflection questions. Photo by Omar Lopez on Unsplash
This Genius Hour project will focus on student’s in special education and their IEP transition goals related to their career interests. Students will select one career of interest to them and conduct research, interview people in the field, job shadow, etc. to develop a presentation on their findings.
Thumbnail Image: "creative quote" by Sean MacEntee is licensed under CC BY 2.0 This lesson plan is on how I would implement a Genius Hour Project into my classroom. It has some ideas of how to get started with your students, how to help students reflect on their project each day, ideas of final projects, a final project rubric to guide students in their presentation, and an idea of how to share and recognize the students' great work.
Guiding students to choose an appropriate library book. The “I PICK” book method.Allowing students to choose their own books in the school library setting is a very important library best practice. The I PICK the right book method represents a list of steps the students can practice to learn and relearn this skill. This lesson can be used as a first of the year library lesson and retaught throughout the year as a reinforcement for this library skill.
Overview: This is a lesson plan for high school Driver Education. A new way of getting student drivers thinking and understanding right of way laws and how to navigate an intersection. Students will receive instruction about intersections and right of way laws. Driver Education State Core Standards 2.2,2.3,2.4. Thumbnail image credit. "Urban Intersectio" By Complete Streets. Licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0Subject: Driver EducationLevel: High SchoolMaterial Type: Activity/Lab Author: Teresa TurnerDate Added: 10/08/2021License: Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Language: English Media Format: Text/HTML
The advent of electronics has had a profound impact on our lives and impacted nearly every product that we use either directly or indirectly. Without electronics, present day computers, cell phones, stereos, televisions, and the internet would not be possible. And of course, without computers and modern communications tools, society could not have made the huge strides in fields such as medicine, aerospace technologies, meteorology, transportation, agriculture, education, and many others. It is for these reasons that the invention of the transistor is considered as one of the most important technological advancements in history.
One thing is for certain, because of their age and limited life experience, young people need guidance navigating the online world, while being respectful and responsible online, taking steps to protect their personal information and building positive a digital footprint.
This is a lesson plan created for me or other counselors who are wanting to use Numbers to help in the registration process. I can help organize the registration data that I have to be more efficient in creating the master schedule for the upcoming year.
In this lesson, students with fluency disorders will create a Public Service Announcement about some aspect of fluency disorders and share it with their target audience. Photo by Angelina Litvin on Unsplash
This lesson plan is designed for a small group of 6th grade stuttering students that I have. We will be working on fluency skills and recording their progress weekly over the course of 1 month.
This lesson is designed to help students understand how they can be the change with cyberbullying. Students will work together in small groups to come up with a plan to be the change in their classroom and school. oThe standard is the not included below but is ISTE Student Standard for Digital Citizenship - 2b.