2. Students will be given a chance to write in their class journals about an activity they did onthe weekend with their family. Students will then be encouraged to read their stories to their classmates. This activity develops the students writing skills and their ability to recall a past activity.
Special Needs StudentsVisual ImpairmentUse Braille or books which has a bigger font size to assist the student to read the required material.Hearing ImpairmentIncrease writing activities also encourage the student to be more comfortable using sign language to communicate his or her ideas.Gifted Ask the student to read on alone and provide him or her with a few written questions based on the story. He or she will then write his answers on paper and will read them to the class.Speech DelayedLet the students read the story at his or her own pace while the teacher is close to provide assistance and encouragement.In all of these situations the teacher must provide students with continuous encouragement sothat they feel comfortable with the tasks .
SituationCause Guidance TechniqueAppropriate SolutionReasonMeal Time FightImpatient and active Jake does not want to remain in one place while eatingHelp him understand why he should eat all his food. Encourage him tosee the importance of eating all his foodand what it does to his bodies development.
- Fall '14
- Numeral system, Number names