Channel-Talk for The Learning Classroom
From: estes (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Oct 22 2003 - 19:19:25 EDT
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I would like to share the coloration filters, it is a very neat way to assist all your students. The first thing you will need to do is get some color transparencies, red, blue, green, and yellow. Assigned students by groups, this will depend on the number of students you have in your classroom. The first group will read with text only, the other group will be given a color transparencies, and they will use one color for a week and then try another color, until they have completed the colors. The other group will have a mixture of printed text and color transparencies. The next group will free lance with oral, written, and listening, with illustrations. Administer a test of the whole group with a sample of everything, then break them up in groups, use the pretest and compare the final results. There will be a varied degree in their grades, but some will remain the same.
I am using this to help the slower one to improve their reading skills. I have the ones who showed no difference in reading to tutor the slower students using the color transparencies. There may be a glare, halo, words moving, or just poor sight, this will help you determine which problem and offer a solution.
Thank you for asking this has been a very unique tool for my students. I hope yours will enjoy this skill as much as mine have this year. I plan to use it with each group to help them read and comprehend the reading.
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