63 Tactics for Teaching Diverse Learners, Grades 6-12 by Robert (Bob) F. Algozzine, Pamela (Pam) Campbell, Jianjun

63 Tactics for Teaching Diverse Learners, Grades 6-12 by Robert (Bob) F. Algozzine, Pamela (Pam) Campbell, Jianjun

By Robert (Bob) F. Algozzine, Pamela (Pam) Campbell, Jianjun Adam Wang

This choice of sixty three tutorial options for instructing assorted secondary scholars contains instructor suggestions, literature assets, and data for selecting acceptable suggestions.

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Using alternative assessment for students with severe disabilities: Alignment with best practices. Education and Training in Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities, 33, 168–175. Decide How to Teach 15 Goals/Objectives Planning Worksheet Date/Period: Goals/Objectives: Meeting Comments: Date: Copyright © 2009 by Corwin. All rights reserved. Reprinted from 63 Tactics for Teaching Diverse Learners, Grades 6–12 by Bob Algozzine, Pam Campbell, and Adam Wang. com. Reproduction authorized only for the local school site or nonprofit organization that has purchased this book.

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Before presenting the problem to the students, review background knowledge with them that they will need to work on the problem. Then, separate the class into groups of three to five students. After students are assigned to groups, present the problem to them as a class. Let the students discover, in their groups, how to tackle the problem; they might use the following Problem-Solving Worksheet to organize their thinking and work through the problem. Provide support if a group is having difficulty, such as not considering a certain approach.

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