Reflection: Students with Disabilities Archaic Archives - Section 2: Creating the Archives

 

When creating the foldable this can be very difficult for some students who might have fine motor issues. I always evaluate before the lesson whether the foldable is a good one for these students to work on their IEP goal of motor skills. If it is, I would have these students focus on the creation of the foldable and some of the writing that will go into it. For this activity, I will be using it as an IEP evaluation of motor skills and writing. If it is about the content of the lesson, I would create the foldable before hand for these students. 

 

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  Students with Disabilities: Creating the Foldable
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Archaic Archives

Unit 17: Researching Basics
Lesson 9 of 10

Objective: SWBAT read, write, and collaborate with peers about an Archaic Native American group to have better understanding of the text that they can then share with the class.

Big Idea: To read a complex text and understand multiple Native American groups is hard. Students have a hard time remembering all of the facts that are within the text. In this lesson, students will work in small groups to answer text embedded questions.

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