It helps the reader understand the main ideas and sort out the numerous details related to the main ideas.
A reading guide can be developed paragraph-by-paragraph, page-by-page, or section-by-section.
Recommended practice exercises include instructional games, peer teaching activities, self-correcting materials, computer software programs, and additional worksheets. At the secondary level, the specific language of the content areas requires careful reading.
Students often benefit from a glossary of content-related terms. A reading guide provides the student with a road map of what is written and features periodic questions to help him or her focus on relevant content.
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Teaching and interactions should provide successful learning experiences for each student.
Teaching students with dyslexia across settings is challenging.
Both general education and special education teachers seek accommodations that foster the learning and management of a class of heterogeneous learners.
A worksheet is divided easily by drawing lines across it and writing go and stop within each section. If a student is easily distracted by visual stimuli on a full worksheet or page, a blank sheet of paper can be used to cover sections of the page not being worked on at the time.
Also, line markers can be used to aid reading, and windows can be used to display individual math problems. If an adolescent can read a regular textbook but has difficulty finding the essential information, the teacher can mark this information with a highlight pen. In consumable materials in which students progress sequentially (such as workbooks), the student can make a diagonal cut across the lower right-hand corner of the pages as they are completed.