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Inclusion Strategies for Secondary Classrooms : Keys for Struggling Learners



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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
Repeat Instructions
Chunking Instructions
Tell-Backs and Show-Mes
Teaching the Concepts and Vocabulary of Our Disciplines Strategies
Taxonomic Fee
Semantic Feature Analysis Matrix
Compare and Contrast Vocabulary Mix
Word Analysis Diagram
Semantic Map
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
Learning Games
Peer Tutoring
Teaching Devices for Increasing Student Learning From Lectures
Simply Slowing Down
Pause Procedure
Cueing Critical Points
Explicitly Teaching the Big Ideas
Providing an Advance Organizer
Soliciting Students' Examples
Providing a Plethora of Examples
Providing Nonexamples
Teaching CSA/CRA
Role Playing Difficult Content
Increasing Learning by Using Note Taking Strategies
Teaching Abbreviations
Teach Summarizing
Partial Graphic Organizer Notes
Guided Notes
Strategic Notes
Brick and Mortar Notes
Three-Column Perzonalized Notes
Newspaper Notes
Promoting Student Learning From the Textbook
Using GOs to Make Relationships Explicit
Pre-Teaching Vocabulary
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
Musical Mmemonisc
Improving Higher-Order Thinking Skills
Storyboards Type 1
Storyboards Type 2
Venn-Euler Diagram
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 Summarizing
Teaching Text Structure
Writing Frames
Using Rubrics
Data Revival Chart
Adapted Evaluation Matrices
Graphic Organizers for Expository Writing
Future Keys
fMRI-Supported Learning Strategies
Virtual Reality
Videogame-Based Learning
Videoconference Tutoring
The Last Word
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