A diagnostic test to discover what basic arithmetic skills your students have and still need to be taught. Includes: counting, symbols and place value, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
The Arithmetic Repairer Part 1 introduces this remediation package and includes a diagnostic assessment to pinpoint students' difficulties in basic arithmetic: counting, symbols and place value, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. This section includes worksheets for those with deficits in counting and symbols and place value. Further parts of The Arithmetic Repairer provide the worksheets for the other areas within the diagnostic assessment tool. 70 pages.
Use this tool to discover which analog time telling skills your students have and those they still need to be taught or have revised.
Number 7 in The Reading Repairer series continues the focus upon teaching particular word types. Word lists and 100 word passages are used to teach decoding and mastery of the 3 focus areas. Use of the diagnostic assessment tool and graphs to measure progress contained in booklet 1, will ensure most benefit is gained from this resource. 72 pages.
Number 5 in The Reading Repairer series concentrates upon teaching students to decode words with letter combinations. The first section concentrates upon the usual sounds of letter combinations. The second section teaches the most important Major and Minor Letter Combinations as several letter combinations are used extensively with more than one sound. Word lists and 100 word passages are used to teach skills to mastery level. 118 pages. Booklet 1 in the series contains the diagnostic tests, instructions and graphs to facilitate teaching.
In booklet 8 of The Reading Repairer series the focus is upon teaching the decoding skills for words that are derived from vowel-consonant-e type words as well as those from Y-derived word types. Maintenance upon mastery learning and teaching generalizable skills is maintained through the use of graphs to measure daily progress. Word lists and 100 word passages maintain the consistent approach of the previous booklets in this series. Booklet 1 is highly recommended to facilitate teaching this remediation program well. 67 pages.
Number 6 in The Reading Repairer series concentrates upon teaching students to decode words with silent letters and affixes. Use of the diagnostic test in booklet 1 will indicate if your student/s would benefit from this particular focus area. The emphasis is upon teaching to mastery level using material which has an adult format. 99 pages.
For students to use their maths number skills they need to understand what processes to use in the real world. In this assignment students need to consider how to solve real world problems involving time, money and number.
This unit contains 6 types of word problems with 10 of each type on a page to solve. This repetition of each type will assist students struggling to learn how to solve different types of word problems.
A student booklet for older students who are struggling with literacy and require significant amounts of repetition. The emphasis is on learning basic phonics and sight words, plus developing sentence writing and basic punctuation skills.
A PowerPoint detailing the content of The Reading Repairer and explaining why and how it should be helpful for teaching older students with poor reading skills. Helpful information for those considering using The Reading Repairer or alternative programs.
Information about various animals is presented and students use this information to answer questions using proper sentences. Repetition is used to reinforce basic sentence writing and phonics skill development. The second half of the workbook moves up a level in difficulty of reading and the expectations of what students will write. They are also required to rewrite challenging sentences, find more information about each animal and to use a thesaurus.
A student workbook for older students struggling to learn phonics and write simple sentences. Brief information is given about animals and students need to answer questions using this information. In the process they improve their phonics, sight words and writing skills.
Designed for older students who need further work with basic phonics - reading and writing letters as well as learning to write a sentence. Level 1B follows the same format as level 1A.
Story problems can be categorized into different types. This diagnostic tool enables you to discover which types of story problems your students are able to understand and solve, and those they still need further teaching on.
Real Reading Transition provides more focussed attention on reading for a purpose and writing proper sentences within the animals theme. Basic phonics and sight words are emphasized and repetition assists students to master skills rather than only be exposed to them. This "transition level" equates to a little more challenging than level 2 in the series, but is easier than level 3.
Subtraction worksheets that match the problem types in the diagnostic assessment in Part 1 of The Arithmetic Repairer. 45 pages.
A PowerPoint detailing the major teaching points and strategies in The Clarke Road Money Program. This program is suitable for students across a very broad range - 3 levels. It is suitable for most students beginning with those who have little language and who are unable to read numbers. Clarke Road is a comprehensive Australian program at 3 levels developed in a Special School, which offers teachers a pathway to teaching all their students a way to learn to shop independently. This PowerPoint enables teachers to share the content of the programs.
Designed for older students giving them independent work that teaches them basic beginning phonics and sight words as well as providing practise in writing a sentence.