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This updated resource provides key strategies to unlock learning barriers for struggling adolescents and examines how the strategies can be applied within Response to Intervention initiatives.
Table of Contents
|About the Author|
|The Letters Behind the Book|
|No Child Left Behind|
|Resopnse to Intervention|
|Universal Design for Learning|
|The Purpose of this Book|
|A Note About People First Language|
|The Locks on the Doors to Learning|
|The Locks on the Doors|
|The Input Locks|
|The Information Processing/Retention Locks|
|The Affective Locks|
|The Output Lock|
|The Sum Total of the Locks|
|Keys to the Effectiveness of the Inclusion Strategies|
|Dual Coding Theory and Tri-Coding of Information|
|Ensuring Students Understand Instructions|
|Gain Students' Attention with Attentional Cues|
|Providing Written and Oral Instructions|
|Tell-Backs and Show-Mes|
|Teaching the Concepts and Vocabulary of Our Disciplines Strategies|
|Semantic Feature Analysis Matrix|
|Compare and Contrast Vocabulary Mix|
|Word Analysis Diagram|
|Quick Sketching a Definition|
|Total Physical Response and Vocabulary Drama|
|Keyword Mmemonic Strategy|
|Teaching Greek and Latin Morphemes|
|Vocabulary Word Card Ring|
|Vocabulary Word Wall|
|Teaching Devices for Increasing Student Learning From Lectures|
|Simply Slowing Down|
|Cueing Critical Points|
|Explicitly Teaching the Big Ideas|
|Providing an Advance Organizer|
|Soliciting Students' Examples|
|Providing a Plethora of Examples|
|Role Playing Difficult Content|
|Increasing Learning by Using Note Taking Strategies|
|Partial Graphic Organizer Notes|
|Brick and Mortar Notes|
|Three-Column Perzonalized Notes|
|Promoting Student Learning From the Textbook|
|Using GOs to Make Relationships Explicit|
|Explicitly Teaching Text Structure|
|Accessible Digital Textbooks|
|Increasing Learning by Using Textbook Guides|
|Main Idea Text Structure Study Guide|
|List Text Structure Study Guide|
|Order Text Structure Study Guide|
|Compare and Contrast Text Structure Study Guide|
|Cause and Effect Text Structure Study Guide|
|Problem Solution Study Guide|
|Analogy Study Guide|
|Promoting Factual Mastery Through Mnemonic Devices|
|Keyword Mmemonics with Narrative Chains|
|Improving Higher-Order Thinking Skills|
|Storyboards Type 1|
|Storyboards Type 2|
|Reasoning by Metaphor and Analogy|
|Compare and Contrast Matrix|
|Campfire Metaphor for Cause and Effect|
|Evaluation by Elimination by Aspects Matric|
|Evaluation by Addition Matrix|
|Improving the Quality of Expository Writing|
|Teaching Text Structure|
|Data Revival Chart|
|Adapted Evaluation Matrices|
|Graphic Organizers for Expository Writing|
|fMRI-Supported Learning Strategies|
|The Last Word|
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