Students At Risk for Academic Failure

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Making Content Accessible In your experience…………………. Who struggles? What do they struggle with?
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Students At Risk for Academic Failure Reference: Frieman, B. (2001). What teachers need to know about children at risk . New York, NY: McGraw-Hill
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Lesson Objective The pre-service teacher will (1) identify students that may be ‘at-risk’ for academic failure at the secondary level, and (2) list potential positive classroom considerations/approaches relative to the needs of particular groups of ‘at-risk’ students. APTS 1: The teacher designs and plans instruction that develops students’ abilities to meet Arizona’ academic standards and the district’s assessment plan. 1.4 The extent to which the teacher’s planning addresses any physical, mental , social, cultural and community differences among learners.
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Children with behavioral problems Children who are alienated Children whose fathers (or mothers!) are absent
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