Lessons for Special Education

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  • Levels of Mental Retardation - … ) as well as the traditional (though no longer appropriate) special education terminology (educable and trainable mental retardation). Explain that the two middle levels … with educable mental retardation (EMR). Throughout the remainder of elementary school, John spent about half the school day in the special education classroom … . Ron had very little formal education as a child because state law did not mandate that special education be provided for those with …
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  • Learning to Use Palms for Information Access - … provide time for those with special needs to have additional assistance from the classroom teacher and the special education staff. Students will select … provide time for those with special needs to have additional assistance from the classroom teacher and the special education staff. • Making a comparison … with the assistance of the special education teachers and aides. The individual changes will be discussed with the special education teacher and a variety …
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  • The Knightly News - … for exceptional pupils, students with special education needs, and/or ESL/ELD students. Teachers should consult students' Individual Educational Plans (IEP) for specific … (see Ontario Curriculum Unit Planner) to browse, copy, or bookmark Special Education and ESL/ELD strategies. Written using the Ontario Curriculum Unit … evaluation may require adjustments to accommodate the IEP for each special education student. - All instructions for the culminating activity should be given …
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  • Magazine Mania - … for exceptional pupils, students with special education needs, and/or ESL/ELD students. Teachers should consult students' Individual Educational Plans (IEP) for specific … (see Ontario Curriculum Unit Planner) to browse, copy, or bookmark Special Education and ESL/ELD strategies. Written using the Ontario Curriculum Unit … ; feature articles; photographs; promotional gimmicks; profile segments; tables of contents; special advertising sections; contest ideas; advice columns; persuasive movie/book promotions …
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  • Matter and Materials - … adaptations for these students in consultation with the school's special education and ESL teachers. Whenever possible, consult with parents concerning reinforcement … adaptations for these students in consultation with the school's special education and ESL teachers. Whenever possible, consult with parents concerning reinforcement … adaptations for these students in consultation with the school's special education and ESL teachers. Whenever possible, consult with parents concerning reinforcement …
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  • Read All About It - … Curriculum Cooperative (NOCCC) A special thank you to the Curriculum Committee from The Institute for Catholic Education who provided leadership, direction and … for exceptional pupils, students with special education needs, and/or ESL/ELD students. Teachers should consult students' Individual Educational Plans (IEP) for specific … (see Ontario Curriculum Unit Planner) to browse, copy, or bookmark Special Education and ESL/ELD strategies. The activities in this unit are …
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  • Unit Plan Lesson #1: - … great way for both general education students and special education students to learn to read. Even though general education students may not want to … can benefit the special education student as well because there are general education students to help the special education student. In turn, the special education student will help keep the general education students on task …
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  • Levels of Mental Retardation - … ) as well as the traditional (though no longer appropriate) special education terminology (educable and trainable mental retardation). Explain that the two middle levels … with educable mental retardation (EMR). Throughout the remainder of elementary school, John spent about half the school day in the special education classroom … . Ron had very little formal education as a child because state law did not mandate that special education be provided for those with …
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  • Levels of Mental Retardation - … ) as well as the traditional (though no longer appropriate) special education terminology (educable and trainable mental retardation). Explain that the two middle levels … with educable mental retardation (EMR). Throughout the remainder of elementary school, John spent about half the school day in the special education classroom … . Ron had very little formal education as a child because state law did not mandate that special education be provided for those with …
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  • President's Day for Special Education/Early Elementary - … : 4702 Title: President's Day for Special Education/Early Elementary Overview/Annotation: This lesson helps special education/early elementary students learn about George Washington … Special Education/Early Elementary Title: Title: President's Day for Special Education/Early Elementary President's Day for Special Education/Early ElementaryOverview/Annotation: This lesson helps special education
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
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