$20.00Listening and Note-Taking is an easy-to-learn strategy that helps students identify and quickly capture important information during a lecture, sort main ideas and details as they write, and study their notes to earn the best test grades possible. Listening and Note-Taking is suitable for instruction in core subject courses as well as supplemental skill-based classes. Appropriate for adolescent students and older. (2011, 99 pages) Learn More
$24.00"Teaching Cause and Effect" contains a set of instructional methods that teachers can use to help students engage in higher order reasoning, thinking about a relationship in which one thing either leads to another or results from another. Learn More
THE EDIT STRATEGY (Charles A. Hughes, Jean B. Schumaker, David B. McNaughton, Donald D. Deshler, Susan M. Nolan) (Softcover with CD included))$20.00The EDIT Strategy enables students to find and correct errors on assignments created with a word processor. Students learn to enter their first draft into a word processing program, perform a spell check, run through the COPS Questions (which are related to capitalization, overall appearance, punctuation, and substance of the paper), and make the needed corrections. (2010, 98 pages) Learn More
$26.00Understanding Academic Language (formerly the Text Pattern Strategy) teaches students how authors of content area texts use academic language to convey meaning. This electronic manual consists of six lessons, instructional materials, and learning sheets. The lessons outline the procedures for conducting the pretest and posttest, and also the procedures for teaching the TEXT Strategy. For the convenience of the individual using this manual, hyperlinks have been created between the lessons and the instructional materials located in the appendices.You must be logged in to order downloadable products.
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