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A Guide for Continued Learning

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Educational Teaching Curriculum Guide
A curriculum guide is acceptable when working with Emotional and Behavioral Disorder (EBD) students because it mandates teachers to improve and develop their specialized expertise through teaching resources through established strategies and techniques that are subtitle which has to do with quality support and encouragement. Teachers play an important role in the effectiveness of how EBD students grasp and learn. Many important factors are associated with how these principles can be taught which can impact learning in a positive manner. Engaging students in meaningful learning tasks, increasing academics by allowing students to respond more during class, by monitoring their responses to ensure they are correct, the that materials covered should increase learning which can be determined by the scope and sequence of the standards being taught daily, teaching students based upon their functioning abilities will assist them to better learn and comprehend. It is important that EBD students learning are matches the tasks and assignments being taught and teachers should be explicit in the way they demonstrate learning skills and how they explain learning concept. However, it is very important to teach instructional strategies that provides proper support to the EBD student which in turn will help them to become more sufficient on their own which will ultimately give the students direct instructions which will later tie all of these principles together from grouping the students, to the amount of engagement time involved on academics, the amount of materials covered and presented and ongoing assessment procedures that will be used while providing appropriate feedback to the students regarding their informed decisions in overall academic achievements.

Curriculum Guide Grid for Reading & Writing Skills

STATE STANDARDS AND BENCHMARK
ELA-W-

READING/COMPREHENSION COMPONENTS

Objective

Reading

Suggested Lesson

Teaching Methods

Selected Strategies

Skills/Tools

Allotted Time

Practice Review

Assessment

LANGUAGE/WRITING COMPONENTS
Objective

Writing

Suggested Lesson

Teaching Methods

Selected Strategies

Skills/Tools

Allotted Time

Practice Review

Assessment

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