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3 always give them verbal and written instruction

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3. Always give them verbal and Written instruction because sometime they may not understand when you are talking but they can read what they are supposed to be doing. Strategies for students with below grade level: 1. Break down the assignment so they can understand the concepts
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6 2. Take lesson of the page and give them visuals to look at 3. Show them what they are doing step by steps Strategies to meet the needs of all learning styles: 1. Making sure that there are always visual aids 2. Making sure I explain the lesson plan as simple as possible so that everyone understands 3. Always walk thru the lesson plan with them step by step instead of letting them work on their own Conclusion Ask each student what they have learned from the lesson today. Give them the assignment of going home and drawing at least 5 things in their house that you could view as a fraction.
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7 References Do's & Don'ts for Teaching English-Language Learners. (2012). Retrieved from 5 Easy Ways to Teach Students Who Work Below Grade Level in Your Classroom. (2016). Retrieved from - level-your-classroom Fun Fraction Pizza. (n.d.). Retrieved from Teaching Students with ADHD. (2016). Retrieved from - adhd/teaching-students-with-adhd-attention-deficit-disorder.htm
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