Channel-Talk for The Learning Classroom
Date: Thu Oct 23 2003 - 13:03:35 EDT
Next message: estes: "[Channel-talklearning] Reply to Debbie"
Thanks for the information. Is there a book you could recommend on this
subject? I am curious about the source of this type of methodology.
--On Wednesday, October 22, 2003 7:19 PM -0400 estes <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Hi Debbie,
> 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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