National Reading Panel (NRP) - Home Reading Journals — Jimmie's Collage I’ve started using reading journals with Sprite. It’s a way to encourage her independent interactions with the novels she’s reading. Lincoln Novel, Bookmark, and Journal I printed and laminated these bookmarks and made a simple single fold book for her Abraham Lincoln biography (shape template). Jericho’s Journey and Reading Journal Here’s another one for Jericho’s Journey with a covered wagon image. Of course, she already interacts with text but generally in discussions with me when I tend to pull things out of her. Reading Response Prompts Minioffice She can also use the reading journal to make notes about the plot or about new vocabulary words which may be helpful for notebooking pages or a writing assignment. She does both narrations and reactions in her journal. I’ve not given this reading response minioffice to Sprite yet. reading response minioffice direct link to letter size cut outs & direct link to A4 size cut outs
Reading Rockets For generations, too many people assumed that children with disabilities couldn't learn to read — so they never gave them a chance. Hosted by Molly Ringwald, "A Chance to Read" looks at the reading challenges facing kids with disabilities, and what schools across the country are doing to help them find success. In New Mexico, Minnesota, Georgia, and Texas we'll meet the amazing kids, parents, researchers, and teachers who are working to eliminate "assumicide" and give every child a chance to read. This program is the ninth episode of Launching Young Readers , WETA's award-winning series of innovative half-hour programs about how children learn to read, why so many struggle, and what we can do to help. Molly Ringwald : Some people assume that kids with disabilities won't achieve much. Ethan: [reading] …even count… Mathes: I call that assumicide. Molly: But if these teachers and parents have anything to do with it …maybe that can change. Ligon: I am tenacious as a junkyard dog. Dr. Molly: Dr.
janrichardsonreading Méthode apprentissage lecture - Apprendre à lire en couleur Professor Gail Gillon - People - College of Education - University of Canterbury - New Zealand Position Pro Vice-Chancellor Qualifications PhD University of Queensland, Australia FRST Post Doctoral Fellowship, University of Canterbury BEd, University of Canterbury Dip Teaching and Speech Therapy (Dist) Christchurch Teachers' College Teacher's Dip LTCL Speech & Drama Trinity College of Music, London Office Pro Vice-Chancellor's Office Ōrakipaoa Building Dovedale Entrance Ilam Campus Contact Details Phone: +64 3 366 7001 ext 44024 Direct dial: +64 3 343 7724 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Mailing Address: College of Education University of Canterbury Private Bag 4800 Christchurch, 8020, NEW ZEALAND Background Professor Gail Gillon, PhD (Ngāi Tahu iwi) (ASHA Fellow, MNZSTA) is Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the College of Education at the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand. Academic Background Professor Gail Gillon completed her qualifications in education, teaching, and speech-language therapy with distinction at the former Christchurch College of Education.
AAC at Penn State | Improving literacy outcomes for individuals with complex communication needs Challenge Literacy skills are tremendously important in today’s society; they provide a means to enhance education, improve employment opportunities, develop social relationships, access the Internet, foster personal expression, and provide enjoyable leisure activities. Literacy skills are even more important for individuals who have complex communication needs and have limited speech. Literacy skills allow individuals who require AAC a means to communicate anything they want. Unfortunately most of literacy curricula require students to provide oral responses; these programs are not appropriate for individuals with autism spectrum disorders, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, and other special needs who have limited speech. Research Activities At Penn State, we are currently investigating ways to effectively teach literacy skills to individuals with complex communication needs. Information Sharing Yorke, A., Therrien, M., & Light, J., (2013, November). Light, J. & McNaughton, D. (2013, May).
Comprehension Activities The FreeReading Comprehension activities are organized into three categories: Introduce, Reintroduce and Build Mastery. The following is a description of the types of activities you will find within each category: Introduce - students are introduced to comprehension skills through a read aloud. Reintroduce - students will complete a graphic organizer to practice the application of a comprehension skill. The activities below address important comprehension skills and strategies. Click here to see all comprehension printables, which includes graphic organizers and game templates.
Educational Computer Games and Apps for Kids Tous mobilisés pour vaincre le décrochage scolaire Infographie : l’essentiel des mesures Découvrez l'infographie interactive Le décrochage scolaire : enjeux et diagnostic Le décrochage : de quoi parle t-on ? C’est un processus qui conduit chaque année 140 000 jeunes (1) à quitter le système de formation initiale (2) sans avoir obtenu une qualification équivalente au baccalauréat ou un diplôme à finalité professionnelle (certificat d’aptitude professionnelle - CAP, brevet d’études professionnelles - BEP (3)). Ce sont aussi 620 000 jeunes de 18 à 24 ans qui sortent précocement du système éducatif sans diplôme du second cycle du secondaire (4), et restent durablement en dehors de tout dispositif de formation. C’est la conséquence d’un désintérêt progressif de l’élève pour l’école, fruit d’une accumulation de facteurs qui tiennent à la fois au parcours personnel du jeune et à la façon dont fonctionne le système éducatif (5). La lutte contre le décrochage concerne tous les territoires, toutes les catégories de la société et toutes les formations.
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