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Tips to Wrangle Your Most Unruly Speechies

Tips to Wrangle Your Most Unruly Speechies | Reading and Writing | Scoop.it
Behavior management is an ongoing process that takes time, trial and error, and a willing SLP to dive in and try new techniques (MT“@ASHAWeb: SLP, shares...tips 4 managing challenging behavior in treatment...
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I like what this article is saying, It's giving simple steps that we already have probably have used when we are up against a tough speech. I've used some of the steps, and it's worked out for me. It hasn't helped elimiante the probelm for me, but it does help

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Teaching Student Annotation: Constructing Meaning Through Connections - ReadWriteThink

Teaching Student Annotation: Constructing Meaning Through Connections - ReadWriteThink | Reading and Writing | Scoop.it
Students examine text closely and create annotations to make personal and meaningful connections with the work.

Via Kim Vose
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I feel annotating is one of the most helpful ways of taking short--to the point--notes. In my opinion, it's the simplist form of note taking around. This article was published by, ReadWriteThink.Org

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Kim Vose's curator insight, August 28, 2013 7:43 PM

This is a short essay on teaching students how to annotate. Its intended audience is English teachers, but in explaning how to teach annotation, I think it does a better job of teaching annotation than many texts aimed at students do. 

 

This article was originally publsihed by the National Council of Teachers of English, a well respected academic publisher.

Sharena Hamilton's curator insight, April 3, 2014 2:24 PM

I believe this is a good article that help students learn how to annotate, annotating reading is very helps to understand the material ones is reading 

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How To Stop Reading And Start *Doing*

How To Stop Reading And Start *Doing* | Reading and Writing | Scoop.it
Research shows your brain sees writing differently than thinking or talking. Here's how personal writing in a notebook can really improve your world. (Now with bonus irony!
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This article gives you a better understanding on why it's importent to write down important things that are relevent. I'm one of those people who thinks they can remember everything they're told, but I will go ahead and give this strategy a try. 

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