Struggling Learners

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52 downloadables in Word and PDF with of student facing and teacher facing graphic organizers, rubrics, strategy guides, content books, and more. Many materials adapted from the research of: Cheney (2010), Compton-Lilly (2009)Downing (2003), Friedman (2010), Klingner et al. (2013), Kroeger et al. (2009), Ogle & Correa-Kovtun (2010), Marzano (2013), Shanahan, 2014; Tomlinson (2013) and more.

  1. Anticipation Guide for Science
  2. Compare Contrast Matrix
  3. Compare Contrast
  4. Compare Contrast Chart
  5. Compare Contrast Key Questions
  6. Compare Contrast Key Questions K-5
  7. Compare Contrast Word Map Organizer
  8. Concept Map
  9. Concept Map for DI
  10. Concept Maps
  11. Double Entry Journal for Math
  12. DRTA Template for K-3
  13. DRTA Template for Grades 5-12
  14. Exit and Entrance Slips
  15. Frayer Model
  16. Grouping for Differentiation
  17. I-Chart
  18. I-Chart K-5
  19. Interest Inventory
  20. Juxtaposing Strategy
  21. Key Word Connections
  22. KWHL Organizer for PK-3
  23. KWHL Organizer for Science
  24. KWL Organizer
  25. LEAD Strategy
  26. Lesson Plan Template for ELA
  27. List Group Label
  28. Marzano Six Step Vocabulary
  29. Mathematical Definitions
  30. Notice and Wonder About Chart
  31. PRC2 – Partner Read, Content 2
  32. PRC2 for Secondary
  33. Product Attributes Evaluation
  34. QARs
  35. QARs K-5 Science
  36. QARs Math
  37. QtA: Question the Author
  38. QFT: Question Formulation Technique
  39. RAFT Strategy for Science
  40. Reciprocal Teaching for Science
  41. Reciprocal Teaching Rubric
  42. Request Strategy
  43. Self-Questioning Taxonomy
  44. Semantic Feature Analysis
  45. SFA – 2
  46. Somebody Wanted But So
  47. SQRRR: Survey, Question, Read, Recite, Review
  48. Step Solving for Math
  49. THIEVES Strategy
  50. Inferences to Evidence
  51. Teaching New Words K-3
  52. Teaching New Words
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When students struggle to learn, they often give up on learning. These struggling learner materials will aid teachers in implementing evidence-based strategies in their classrooms. Students will struggle less, and learn more!

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