Saying “pay attention” is often not enough to get a student to pay attention. Inattentive students or those who struggle with task focus often need to be taught those skills. “I Can Stay Checked In” is a story that breaks down and describes these behaviors. It can be used with a wide range of learners in special and general education classrooms. A Teacher Guide, anchor chart and multiple worksheets are also included. 4.00
Debbie Diller on Word Walls.... 1. Make a border or grid for the letters/words. Based on research, the brain sees in borders. 2. Make vowels and consonants different colours. 3. Add a picture for the beginning sound of the letter. 4. Make the words on the word wall black and white. Words are easier to see and it is a common color for words in print.
Have you ever wondered about the difference between Power Reading Workshop and The Daily 5? In this blog post, Laura Candler compares and contrasts the two programs to highlight the features of both instructional models.