Get ideas for teaching social studies to students with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD). These ideas for interactive activities will help students focus on the lesson they are learning.
“What’s Wrong with Methamphetamines?” is a video distributed by Discovery Education. Designed for high school students, this video proposes to educate them on the dangers of using the drug. The 24-minute video has nine segments.
During your teaching career, you may be called upon to proctor or administer a standardized test. Here are some general suggestions for this task.
Archetypical characters give readers a sense of familiarity when reading short stories and novels. Like themes, archetypical characters suggest universal ideas about life and society. This article provides a lesson plan for teaching about archetypical characters in the middle or high school.
Is it really Easy to use the Easy IEP online program for writing IEPs?
The short story “Everyday Use” by Alice Walker helps teach students about characterization and conflict. Once the class has read this excellent piece, they can talk about how they would have reacted and whether they think Mama made the right decision.
Irony can be challenging to teach, but a visual lesson and a demonstration can students understand this abstract concept.
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High school students will learn about archetypes in stories based on stories and characters that they already know. This lesson contains differentiation strategies for special education students.
Just how do you keep track of inappropriate behavior, like talking, tardies, or insubordination for high school students? Keep a behavior notebook.
What is co-teaching and what are the different styles of co-teaching? This article will discuss co-teaching and co-teaching styles and the benefits for students.