These are important questions to ask during a study/ analysis of a text. They can be used across disciplines and are a great tool for reading comprehension development. It is also possible to gear these questions up and down depending on grade level.
10 Ways to Support Students with Hyperactivity & Attention Needs
ABC Order Lesson~ Try word stick centers. Write groups of words on Popsicle sticks, place each set of sticks in a separate container, and then have students sort words before writing them in the correct order. Use with sight words, spelling lists, or words with similar spellings to challenge fast finishers. Check out the pictures and many more great ideas at Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits!
This is such a great way to tell students what they can do after they have finished an activity, without having to take time out of your lesson to remind them. Also, it lets you change what their options are every day or even after every subject.
A book walk! I love this activity for so many reasons. 1) It is great for those who learn best through movement and touch. 2) It gets kids outside. 3) It uses realia to teach vocabulary. Fun fun fun! I must do this with my ESOL class at least once this year!
Help kids learn to change positive thoughts into negative thoughts! This download contains 2 separate decks – a version for older students and a version for younger students – as well as an ink-friendly version.