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Additional Lessons 11 - 20 of 44 for Dyslexia
  11.   The Teen Scene
...em? How does your answer make you feel? Evaluation / Assessment: Students will be evaluated on thoughtful group analysis of magazine samples, participation in class discussions, completion of group magazine, and completion of individual letters to the editor. Vocabulary: empowerment, diva, spawned, dyslexia, transcending, covert, firmament, venerable, self-referentially, stasis, swanning, rehabilitated, bevy, nostalgia, renaissance, portends, retrofitting, wainscoting, accoutrement Extension Activities: 1. Read a women's magazine and the teen magazine associated with it (e.g. "Cosmo" and "CosmoGirl," or "Vogue"...
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    Grade Level: 6-12

  12.   Feeling Different
...rs in their stories. 3. Although attention disorders, such as A.D.H.D., are not the same as learning disabilities, they sometimes occur at the same time. Both might also produce similar challenges to students in the school environment. Use online resources to research a learning disability, such as dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, auditory and visual processing disorders, or nonverbal learning disorders. What are the signs and characteristics? What coping strategies can students learn to deal with their learning disabilities? How can teachers and parents support students with a learning disability? Prepare a...
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    Grade Level: 6-12

  13.   ESCI Lesson Plan
...for all students Microsoft Excel program Graph paper Ruler for each student Blue Hill Weather Observatory temperature data Accommodations: For a student with a graphomotor learning disability or dysgraphia, I would provide a template graph with axes already numbered and labeled. For a student with dyslexia, I would provide rounded data that was easier to graph and graph paper with larger squares. Bibliography: American Chemical Society. Chemistry in the Community. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall Hunt, 1988. Blue Hill Weather Observatory. Mean temperature data 1891-1910 and 1981-2001. Obtained November 14, 2003 via emai...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  14.   AIDS: A Pop Culture History
...art featured at this link on display. Solicit reactions to the artwork prior to showing the documentary. Have everyone individually identify an issue that they feel they understand better than their peers because it is an issue that has directly affected them or people they know. Examples might be dyslexia or depression. (It is okay if HIV/AIDS is not among the issues that they choose.) Share some of the issues and then explore why it sometimes takes being directly affected by an issue in order to learn and care about the issue. These materials are provided through a partnership with Cable Positive. This curri...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  15.   Paint Lesson Plan
...drawing program. Unsatisfactory: Student is not able to develop a picture through the use of the drawing program. Accommodation: 1. Select one of your students that needs special attention. The special student in my class has a specific learning disability. Currently, the school is testing him for dyslexia and other learning disabilities. We are still not sure about which type of learning disability this student may have. The special student has trouble writting his letters, paying attention, and listening. The special student confuses his alphabet with other letters and has difficulty writing them. The specia...
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    Grade Level: Pre-K

  16.   Demograph Information
Catherine Sims Lowndes County Schools Clyattville Elementary catsims@yahoo.com Demographic Information - Resource room - 7 students total - Ages 7 to 11 - Target student has been identified as having a learning disability of Dyslexia Technology in the Classroom Hardware -joystick- a simple mouse alternative, allows the user to control a computer cursor with a stick -T.V. -VCR -7 computers -overhead projector Technology in the Classroom Cont' Software -Point to Pictures-you choose groups of pictures with which the learner will interac...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  17.   Demonstrate and Understand How to Count Money
...Quarter 2004. Original lesson written and presented by II. Grade Level Description: Elementary School: Grade 2 20-25 students in an inclusive general education classroom in a middle class, suburban area. Class supports three students with identified disabilities: Annie-specific learning disability (dyslexia); Jake-health impairment (ADHD); Alex-autism (Asperger's syndrome). III. State/District Wide Benchmarks: EALRs Addressed Mathematics Standard: 1. The student understands and applies the concepts and procedures of mathematics. To meet this standard, the student will: 1.1 Understand and apply concepts and proc...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  18.   Multisensory Teaching: Positive and Negative Integers
...A. Casey. Children Learning Multiplication Part I. School Science and Mathematics v. 83 n. 3 3/83 Piccioto, Henri.Comparison and History of Algebraic Manipulatives http://www.picciotto.org/math-ed/manipulatives/ alg-manip.html (as of 06/03/02). Steeves, Joyce. Various presentations at International Dyslexia Association conferences, 2000-2001. copyright © 1998-2003 Susan Jones, Resource Room. All Rights Reserved. free website hit counter
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  19.   The Channel Island Fox
Guide Index The Channel Island Fox International Design Contest New Research Into Dyslexia Spider Web-making Stratagems SHOW 303: The Channel Island Fox A small fox on Santa Catalina Island off the coast of California provides a living clue to Native American people who lived and traded on these islands about 2,000 years ago. Evidence found in island graves shows that some of the people who lived...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  20.   Spell Check
...y years older and fifty years older. Find out how often they use the Internet, how easy or difficult it is for them to use, for what they use it, and how they feel about the role of Internet technology in everyday life. How do responses differ across age groups? Graph your results. Health- Research dyslexia, and write an article that explores how teenagers grapple with this learning disability. In what system of the body does this condition originate? What are some of the common symptoms and what difficulties arise from these? What are some strategies teenagers with this condition can use to overcome these diff...
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    Grade Level: 6-12


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