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Students evaluate alternative methods to spelling. For this spelling lesson, students demonstrate using memory association in order to remember the different spellings for words with multiple meanings.
Young scholars study historical photographs to look for visual clues in order to arrange them in chronological order. They notice that historical events shown on posters connect to local developments.
Learners explore a visual look at the cues for each skill theme taught. They review all the cues that they discuss and practice in PE class. They examine the theme and cues and reminders of cues while working on the theme.
Students distinguish between verbal and nonverbal communication. In this communication series lesson, students identify the emotions portrayed by photos shown. They role play examples of good and bad listening skills.
Students discuss anger triggers and how they know they are getting angry. In this anger lesson plan, students discuss anger vocabulary and how to calm themselves down.
What does that word mean? I can sound it out, but it just doesn't make sense. Teach your class a sure fire strategy to combat those pesky unknown words. You'll introduce the concept of context clues through metacognitive modeling, collaborative engagement, and individual practice. As the class reads the book Red Leaf, Yellow Leaf they'll discuss all of the clues they can use in the text to determine the meaning of an unfamiliar word. 
In a sensory room or OT room, autistic children practice completing a variety of physical tasks, taking turns, and following and using the PECS communication system. They are shown their PECS schedule to complete each sensory activity for a period of time, which will increase as the week progresses. A classic sensory imput lesson plan that focuses attention, patience, and communication skills.
Golf is a popular game that is enjoyed around the world. Invite your pupils with visual impairments or blindness to putt a few balls or make a hole in one. This lesson provides several very good suggestions as to how you can teach an adaptive version of golf to learners with special needs. The ultimate goal of the lesson is to engage learners on a real golf course. How cool is that?
Develop fluency with a variety of works. Help kindergartners use multiple strategies to understand text and decoding. They will create an alphabet poem book on Kid Works 2 to illustrate and write their own poem. In the end, they will record themselves reading their poem.
A basketball shooting lesson that is nicely laid out. There is scaffolding in the organization and order of the skill drills. One of the highlights is that it covers part of the preshot routine which is very important for consistency in shooting baskets. 
Ask your Autistic pupils what is riding on the train. When they answer, point out that they made the /ug/ sound in each of the three-letter words they say. This is a well scaffolded resource that works toward reading with independence. It can be printed, used as a card game, or on a tablet or computer. /Ug/ is such a fun sound!
In this test-taking practice worksheet, students read a 6 paragraph article about Scott Joplin and then respond to 5 questions that require them to pay special attention to cue words in the piece.
Learners examine how a piece of art tells a story. In this visual art lesson, students interpret a piece of art work by writing a newspaper article that tells the story of the moment in time that is depicted in a picture. They work with Georges de la Tours', The Musician's Brawl after discussing the scenario in small groups.
Students examine violence on TV. For this data collection lesson, students explore TV violence. Students watch TV shows and fill out a checklist about the amount of violence. Students organize and analyze the information to make a report.
When this worksheet is completed, your players will know the basics of basketball. Items covered: court diagram, team/scoring, violations, fouls, terms used in basketball, the cues for the skills of shooting, dribbling, and defensive slides. This worksheet is thorough.
Students take digital pictures of their partners performing soccer skills. They incorporate the pictures into a PowerPoint, IMovie or poster presentation.
Second graders control the ball and change speed and direction while maintaining control of the ball. They are shown all ball handling skills. Students are shown dribbling skills. They describe and recognize particular cues and skills as related to the various skills.
In this maze worksheet, 2nd graders use visual cues to move from beginning to end. Students must take Mary and her baby carriage through the puzzle.
Learners explore communication by using non-verbal cues. In this body language lesson, students utilize blindfolds to communicate with classmates through words only, then use only physical actions to communicate and compare the two. Learners discuss how their body language and communication abilities are essential leadership qualities.
Students practice their reading skills. In this reading fluency and comprehension lesson, students read instructor-selected passages from The Odyssey following the provided steps for the reading class activity that requires them to predict, question, and clarify.

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