DOMAIN 2D. In order to save a child's dignity or get them back on track when they are misbehaving simple verbal cues can be used. Using these strategies are simple and are highly effective for getting attention, from personal experience but I tend to use a nonverbal cue first.
DOMAIN 2D. Even more subtle than simple verbal cues, students can redirect their behavior without you saying a word. I have found this is usually my first attempt when there is misbehavior because it is the least embarrassing for students and others are less likely to notice it. These cues are also achievable during instruction and the teacher doesn't even have to stop instructing while implementing one of these nonverbal responses.
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The beginning of the year means establishing classroom procedures. For a child that struggles with attention, visual reminders can save the day. I’ve created “tents” that you can use to remind students to stay on task without constant verbal cues on your part. The first tent is to alert the student to appropriate talking cues. The three sides show: listening, quiet talking, and social time. The sides are color coded like a traffic light—red (no talking), yellow (some is ok), red…
This bundle of three resources is perfect for supporting explicit strategy instruction for the basic addition facts to 20 in first and second grade. The visual and verbal cues, along with systematic, sequential instruction, will facilitate your students’ recall and application of these strategies. $
This is an attractive set of ten anchor wall charts for applying mental strategies to subtract basic facts within 20. Each chart includes visual and verbal cues to provide the support that will enable your students to recall and apply these strategies. Grades 1-2 $
I Have Who Has for Equations & Inequalities for 20
This activity is an "I Have Who Has" designed for use with an equation and/or inequality lesson. There are 20 parts that can be printed, cut apart, and distributed. However, you may choose to laminate the printout for durability. This works well when you want your students to pay attention to verbal cues and to hear the content through a different voice.
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