lecture 2 - adolescents and adults with criminal records...

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There are repercussions to the individual situation as a student has grown up verbal with a non verbal to bring students back and do it repeatedly so they can disconnect from engaged conversation Have students discuss concepts about every 10 to 15 minutes to verify they are understanding concepts. some people need to talk it out, some need to think, some people need to write. Allow for the different processes. get students to connect two different things through similarities and differences. 1/3 to ½ of some hs in dps don’t finish high school more females are graduating than males less than high school degree is below the poverty line KNOW THE “IMPORTANCE OF LEARNING TO READ” – LACK OF READING SKILLS IMPACT
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Unformatted text preview: adolescents and adults with criminal records indicate at least half have reading difficulties 50% of youth with history of substance abuse have reading difficulties increase in proportions of students in special education programs labeled learning disabled due to reading difficulties Why is it so important that people are literate? connect to students, especially in large classes. they need to feel connected or else they wont learn as well, leave, etc. KNOW WHY LEARNING TO READ IS DIFFICULT brains were born to do other things than read. these different things include dancing, art, music. need to have connection to spoken languages so that they have a basis in reading...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course EDUC 340 taught by Professor Seahorn during the Fall '07 term at Colorado State.

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