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Simple Past : memory trick

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Memorable presentation of Simple Past. Mom and dad are asking the child in the middle: "Did you break the window?" Look at the child at the next slide saying: "No, I didn't" You can also see the mom pointing at the child, saying: 'You did it!" All forms of Simple Past are presented as characters. Mom and Dad are asking the child in the middle questions about the past : "Did you...?" An unforgettable way to present this grammar topic. Once you present this family to your students, they will never forget how to ask about the past...Amazing results! In case you have students they're struggling to read, here's a great way to help them. Who can forget that mom in the long dress and Dad with the usual big belly, either in transparent clothes or not...
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You ate all the popcorn!

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How to teach the verb "ate". A is for Anne. E is for Ed. He is sleeping. He's not talking. That's why he is not pronounced. Look at T. She's surprised with
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Letter l

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Letter E

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Pictograms

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Words as pictures in stories.... My way!

 

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Phonics Guide for Teaching au and aw

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This is a phonics unit designed to teach the "au" and "aw" vowel patterns, like in August and jaw. This unit includes: ~1 aw poster ~1 au poster ~1 word sort
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Memory tricks for Simple Past - affirmative, interrogative, negative

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Memorable presentation of Simple Past. Mom and dad are asking the child in the middle: "Did you break the window?" Look at the child at the next slide saying:
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ξένες γλώσσες ΠΑΠΑΔΕΛΗ

ξένες γλώσσες ΠΑΠΑΔΕΛΗ | Dyslexic learners | Scoop.it
Ηappy learning!
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Confusing letters

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Possessives and plurals

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They're

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Visual Aids for Learning - Free Downloads

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Free downloads of visual aids for school and home

 

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Identifying and working with dyslexic students

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Many tips by an experienced teacher. Sit back, enjoy, adapt!

 

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My Memory Tricks

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I've always been in trouble with my memory. Since I was little, I remember myself struggling to study and remember all these grammar rules, spelling, dates, names... When I started teaching kids, I...
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Letter P

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Letter I

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Letter A

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10 Tips for Teaching Memorization

10 Tips for Teaching Memorization | Dyslexic learners | Scoop.it
Memorization can be such a helpful tool in life! Think of all the things you have memorized: math facts, phone numbers, states & capitals, Bible verses, months of the year, important dates (like your...
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Dyslexia

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EU-EW: These letters are very prim and proper little girls who are deathly afraid of mice! If they ever see one, they will jump up-high, in complete disgust, screaming “eeeeuuuu!” and that’s the sound they make!
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My favourite card game

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Language

e.g. adjectives ( happy/sad, old/young, tall/short, fat/thin......)

 

Material

card, glue, scissors

 

Procedure

1. Give each pair a copy of the pictures and the words as they are above . Then ask pupils to stick their photocopies onto card and cut out the 17 cards.

2. Pupils shuffle the cards and hand them out (one pupil wil l have 9 cards and the other 8). Pupils should hold their cards in their hand without letting their partner see them.

3. Tell them that the aim of the game is to get rid of their cards forming pairs of pictures and words. To do so they must get rid o the “Grumpy Grandpa” card which does not have a pair.

4. First, each pupil puts the pairs they already have got face up on the table, saying the adjectives out loud. The other player checks that the picture and word cards match.

5. Now pupils take turns picking a card from each other’s hand (without seeing which one it is). Then they check if they can form a new pair. If they can, they put the cards down, say the words out loud, and offer the cards left in their hand to their partner to choose from.

6. The game continues until one pupil has no cards left and the other pupil is left with the “Grumpy Grandpa” card.

 

 

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Alphabet formation

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Special Education Apps

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Apps for Children with Special Needs  is committed to helping the families and carers of children with special needs and the wider community of educators and therapists who support them, by producing videos that demonstrate how products...

 

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Me - my

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Top 100 Sites

Top 100 Sites | Dyslexic learners | Scoop.it

Dyscalculia.org: Information and guidance on Learning Disabilities in Math, Reading, and Penmanship: Dyscalculia, Dyslexia, Dysgraphia. Diagnosis, remediation, accommodations, assistive technology, special education, school help, college guidance.

 

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Take a Meares-Irlen Syndrome test

Take a Meares-Irlen Syndrome test | Dyslexic learners | Scoop.it

The symptoms of Meares-Irlen Syndrome are:

The feeling that the page is too bright or glaring The letters appear to move or blur Shapes or rivers appear through the text

The symptoms of Meares-Irlen Syndrome can be alleviated by changing the colour of the page and below is an experiment for you to try.

 

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