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

23 Strategies to Help Students Who Have Problems with Learning Activities That Require Listening

Spread the love Are you looking for strategies to help students who have problems with learning activities that require listening? If so, keep reading. 1. Get the learner to record directions, explanations, and instructions so that they may replay information as often as needed. 2. Let the learner record information from lectures and make notes … Read more

How to Raise Your Student’s Self Esteem

Spread the love For the longest time, teachers have always understood that when students feel good about themselves, they are capable of accomplishing more in the classroom. Take yourself for instance, the more confident or optimistic you are about a task, the more capable you feel, regardless of the task before you. The same is … Read more

Good Citizenship & Voting: Teaching Your Child How To Participate In a Democracy

Spread the love There are two things you shouldn’t discuss at the dinner table – politics and religion. We have all heard that, and though those two points are quite contentious, with the proper education, even these topics should be able to be added to our nightly chats. This can be accomplished by teaching our … Read more

21 Techniques for Supporting Students Who Have Trouble Completing Classroom Tasks

Spread the love Are you looking for techniques for supporting students who have trouble completing classroom tasks? If so, keep reading. 1. Organize time units so the learner knows how long they have to work and when to be finished. 2. Make sure the learner achieves success when following instructions. 3. Prioritize tasks by importance … Read more