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Barbara S. ...Then the students color code the word parts. Examples: incapable card (in prefix will be written in red) capable root word in blue; incompetent (coded the same as above). beach ('ea' will be colored green)('ch' will be coded orange) teach, reach, peach (coded the same). I took a course in Teaching Elementary Math. I also use Touch Math methods when applicable.
12 Subjects: including reading, grammar, elementary (k-6th), special needs
Niles, IL
James W. ...Also, for the past seven years, I have taught a Survey of American Literature course at Joliet Junior College. I hold a MA in English with an emphasis on literary studies. As a high school English teacher who has helped many juniors and seniors craft their college application letters, I am qual...
8 Subjects: including reading, English, grammar, literature
Woodridge, IL
Daniel L. ...There are outlines and other strategies that are helpful when studying for a subject. You need to learn these strategies to be able to understand and retain the material. I have worked with special needs students in and out of the classroom.
40 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, geometry
Chicago, IL
Suzanne G. ...In addition, I am involved with helping identify those children and truly believe in using multi-sensory strategies that some children need to learn. For those students having motivational issues I am also familiar with strategies that help motivate the unmotivated learners as well. When childr...
10 Subjects: including reading, grammar, elementary (k-6th), elementary math
Elmhurst, IL
Jared B. ...As a teacher of students with special needs, gifted students and general education students, I also was frequently call upon to differentiate and modify my curriculum in response to individual students’ varying achievement levels as well as the entire class’ changing needs. While I truly loved m...
15 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, public speaking
Chicago, IL