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My Throwback Thursday post for the week..
Today I am sharing a strategy which works well with English Learners and children with special needs. The benefit to the special needs student is that it uses all the modalities. It is an auditory, kinesthetic and visual activity.
Below is a sample from a notebook entry after using the Content Cognitive Dictionary in a lesson. A few of the vocabulary words were different than the video, but the technique was the same.
Here is a printable for you that your students can use.
Content Cognitive Dictionary
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Lynda Williams says
Thank you Tasha!
SENCO Cat Herder says
Really good post – I do something similar when teaching words linked to a geography topic making up hand gestures as a kinaesthetic prompt but I love the look of the notebook page and picture/visual tag. Excellent ideas for all but would certainly help those with a special need 🙂 Special Teaching at Pempi's Palace