14 Hacks to Help Students Who Stutter

Spread the love Are you looking for strategies to help students who stutter? If so, keep reading. 1. After the learner can speak fluently in more situations (e.g., delivering messages to the office, speaking with the counselor, etc.), slowly increase those experiences as long as the learner continues to be successful. 2. Ascertain whether the … Read more

16 Ideas for Teaching Vocabulary in the Classroom

Spread the love Are you looking ideas for teaching vocabulary in the classroom? If so, keep reading. 1. Get the learner to sequence the learning activities that occurred on a field trip or special event with an emphasis on vocabulary. 2. Throughout the conversation, repeat phrases used by the learner, revising the vocabulary to include … Read more

15 Strategies to Help Students Learn to Use Subject-Verb Agreement

Spread the love Are you looking for strategies to help students learn to use subject-verb agreement? If so, keep reading. 1. After recording the learner’s speech, have them find the correct subject-verb agreement and make appropriate corrections. 2. Ascertain the type of grammatical model to which the learner is exposed at home. Without placing negative … Read more

23 Strategies to Help Students Who Add, Leave Out, Replace, and Reorganize Words or Sounds

Spread the love Are you looking for strategies to help students who add, add, leave out, and reorganize words or sounds? If so, keep reading. 1. Using images of similar sounding words, say each word and have the learner point to an appropriate image (e.g., run and one, or bat and back). 2. Give the … Read more

23 Strategies to Help Students Who Do Not Listen to Other Students

Spread the love Are you looking for strategies to help students who do not listen to other students? If so, keep reading. 1. Train the learner to keep attention to the source of information by keeping eye contact, keeping hands free from other learning materials, and reducing other distractions. 2. Do not force the learner … Read more

20 Strategies to Help Students Who Do Not Pay Attention to Sounds in Their Environment

Spread the love Are you looking for strategies to help students who do not pay attention to sounds in their environment? If so, keep reading. 1. Talk regularly with the learner to help them follow instructions for a learning experience . 2. Let the learner record information from lectures and make notes from these recordings. … Read more

26 Ways to Get Disobedient Kids to Follow Verbal Instructions

Spread the love Are you looking for ways to get disobedient kids to follow directions? If so, keep reading. 1. Get the learner to question any oral directions, explanations, and instructions they do not understand. 2. Give constant, positive reinforcement for appropriate behavior. Ignore as many unacceptable behaviors as possible. 3. Get the learner to … Read more

26 Strategies to Help Students Who Fail to Follow Verbal Instructions and Directions

Spread the love Are you looking for strategies to help students who fail to follow verbal directions and instructions? If so, keep reading. 1. Provide visibility to and from the learner. The teacher and the learner should be able to see each other. Make eye contact possible at all times when giving oral instructions. 2. … Read more

Three Myths About Acquiring Knowledge Are Now Exposed

Spread the love One of the essential objectives of acquiring knowledge is to clarify previously believed myths and misconceptions. As you scroll through the internet or hear from your elders, you might come across numerous myths. But they are just that – ‘myths’ with no evidence.  Below are three such myths with an explanation that … Read more

21 Strategies to Help Students Improve Their Ability to Concentrate

Spread the love Are you looking for strategies that help your students improve their ability to concentrate? If so, keep reading. 1. Show when teaching new skills. Let the learner practice hands-on learning of new skills to enable concentration. 2. Utilize images, diagrams, smartboard, and gestures when delivering information to keep the learner’s attention. 3. … Read more