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byrdaw
Re: Strategic Instruction Model
Sun Oct 11, 2015 06:20
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I agree that this strategy would aid students with and without learning differences. This form of instruction has clear guidelines for students and offers a self-check component. Students would be able to begin revision with a greater independence. Mini lessons spoken of in the book "Mentor Texts:Teaching Writing Through Children's Literature K-6" would work to well to aid in instruction of these individual skills. The only concern I have is in the "S" step of the strategy.Poor spellers would have difficulty simply looking at word to determine accuracy. I would ask that students speak word(s) into macbook using dictation and have computer aid in spelling of word(s).

  • Strategic Instruction Model - haleyferrell, Fri Oct 9 15:59
    The article from Mason and Graham on writing instruction for adolescents with learning disabilities has great strategies for teachers to use with students that have learning disabilities. In the... more
    • Re: Strategic Instruction Model - byrdaw, Sun Oct 11 06:20
      • Mentor Text book - haleyferrell, Mon Oct 12 15:32
        Is this the book you have for Dr. Frye's class? If so, I would like to look at it and see if it would be useful (which I'm sure it will be) in my class. You are correct in students having difficulty... more
        • Re: Mentor Text book - byrdaw, Tue Oct 13 20:24
          Yes. This book is great. The lesson suggestions in this text develop writing skills for all students and meet individual needs as well.
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