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  • Re: WHY ESL?

    Widespread public education began around 1900 as immigrants from non-English-speaking countries came to the United States.&nbsp; This information can be found in any general text on the history of American education. In my area, all K-8 students recite the pledge each morning, and about half of the high schools do so as well.&nbsp; I cannot speak ...
    Posted to High School Discussions (Forum) by StudentHandoutsInc on April 22, 2009
  • Re: new law

    Hasn't the bulk of special education legislation been written in response to parents' needs? Your post touches on a lot of points.&nbsp; I'll address the issue of ''extended time.''&nbsp; Certainly, there are occasions when students are given ''extended time'' out of the classroom, which means that the students miss what is happening as the bulk ...
    Posted to Special Education (Forum) by StudentHandoutsInc on April 22, 2009
  • Re: new law

    Why do you feel that way?&nbsp; 504 can be very useful when a student has a disability that does not affect her/his learning, but does affect mobility, etc.
    Posted to Special Education (Forum) by StudentHandoutsInc on April 22, 2009
  • Re: Fundraising idea used at my Son's school

    That sounds like a really great idea!&nbsp; If you have more details, I'd love to post about the opportunity on our site's ''Go Green'' page. http://www.studenthandouts.com/gogreen.htm
    Posted to PTA Discussions (Forum) by StudentHandoutsInc on April 22, 2009
  • Re: WHY ESL?

    In a way, widespread, mandatory public education began as ''ESL''.&nbsp; At the turn of the last century, schools were established nationwide--and schooling became a requirement--as a response to growing numbers of immigrants.&nbsp; Education (and the learning of English) was a way to ''americanize'' immigrant children.&nbsp; Schooling remains ...
    Posted to Parent Discussions (Forum) by StudentHandoutsInc on April 22, 2009
  • No lesson plans?

    What do you typically do when you are left without lesson plans? On our website we have a lot of material that you can print/use to supplement what is going on in the class (that is, extra/new handouts to match the course content). But do you try other approaches?&nbsp;&nbsp; I know that just letting the kids ''sit there'' does no good because ...
    Posted to Substitute Teacher Discussions (Forum) by StudentHandoutsInc on April 22, 2009
  • Re: ESL: WHY?

    In a way, widespread, mandatory public education began as ''ESL''.&nbsp; At the turn of the last century, schools were established nationwide--and schooling became a requirement--as a response to growing numbers of immigrants.&nbsp; Education (and the learning of English) was a way to ''americanize'' immigrant children.&nbsp; Schooling remains ...
    Posted to Elementary School Discussions (Forum) by StudentHandoutsInc on April 22, 2009
  • Re: Please Help - At a complete loss!

    This is a great opportunity for you to teach your students lessons in helping and understanding. Your special needs student needs a lot of help and support.&nbsp; I can only imagine going through that sort of trauma, then being sent to a school where no one understands me and I don't understand any of them! The recommendation of another teacher ...
    Posted to Middle School Discussions (Forum) by StudentHandoutsInc on April 22, 2009
  • Re: Social Studies Survey Needed!!!!

    What do you see as the role of reading in the social studies classroom? In a Social Studies classroom, the readings are content-based for the most part.&nbsp; Students are helped to read often complex textbooks and other texts, including primary source documents. What type of reading material (s) do you regularly use in your classroom? ...
    Posted to Middle School Discussions (Forum) by StudentHandoutsInc on April 22, 2009
  • Re: Classroom Management

    I've always felt that kids who are busy and having fun seem to manage themselves. Feel free to post your tips!&nbsp;
    Posted to Middle School Discussions (Forum) by StudentHandoutsInc on April 22, 2009
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