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Obsessive-compulsive disorder in children and teens has become more common in recent years. About one in every 200 American children suffers from OCD (What is OCD?). All children have worries and negative thoughts at times. But children with OCD can't stop their disturbing thoughts, images, and urges, no matter what they try. These obsessive thoughts tend to drive them to behave in a particular way, repetitively.
Reciprocal teaching refers to an instructional activity in which students become the teacher in small group reading sessions. Teachers model, then help students learn to guide group discussions using four strategies: summarizing, question generating, clarifying, and predicting. Once students have learned the strategies, they take turns assuming the role of teacher in leading a dialogue about what has been read.
The following strategies are offered for enhancing attention and managing attention problems. This listing is by no means exhaustive, but rather is meant as a place to begin. The best resources for strategies are the creative, inventive minds of enlightened assessment professionals, teachers and parents, in partnership with the students they serve. Together they can create multiple alternative strategies.
Divide the students in two teams.
Print and cut out planets from cardboard. Also print and cut out spaceships
from cardboard. Stick on each planet and on each spaceship a letter from the
alphabet. Make sure that each spaceship matches a planet. Spread them all over
the floor and shout out “Blast off!” Each team has at their disposal 10 minutes
to match all the spaceships with the correct planets. For each spaceship that
students match with the correct planet, their team gets 1 point. The team with
most points earns 2 stickers at the end of the game whereas the other team
takes only 1.
Cut out from carton paper 26
fossils and 26 dinosaurs. On each one of the fossils write the lower case
letters of the alphabet whereas on the dinosaurs the upper case ones. Hide the
fossils in the classroom and place the dinosaurs in the middle of the room. Ask
the pupils to wake up the dinosaurs by finding the fossils and matching them
with the right dinosaurs.
Drawing on research-based principles of vocabulary instruction and multimedia learning, this article presents 10 strategies that use free digital tools and Internet resources to engage students in vocabulary learning. The strategies are designed to support the teaching of words and word learning strategies, promote students' strategic use of on-demand web-based vocabulary tools, and increase students' volume of reading and incidental word learning.