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  • suba suba 2018-12-21 03:53

    j7lmpf It seems too complex and very broad for me. I am having a look ahead on
    your subsequent post, I will try to get the dangle of it!
  • Nicola 2015-10-12 10:42

    I just wanted to write and tell you how much I enjoy your blog, all the way from
    Australia. I teach a juonir class of 6 students in a Special School, and it is
    wonderful to see how someone else uses and adapts resources developed for a
    mainstream kindergarten classroom. I see amazing things, but know that without
    adjustment it won't work for my classroom, or my students due to their different
    abilities-my 6 students come with 13 disabilities including physical,
    intellectual, vision, hearing impairments and autism. But they are such great
    little learners-they know their letters, they are learning their sight words,
    they are all writing sentences in some form which is amazing. You might want to
    look into the work done by Jane Farrall. She is a former special ed teacher, who
    retrained in speech therapy, and really focuses on literacy in the classroom. I
    learnt more from her in a day, than I did in my entire degree. She uses a 4
    Blocks approach, which is similar to the Daily 5 (I modify Daily 5 things I find
    to use in my 4 Blocks classroom), and focusses on making them accessible for
    kids of all abilities-through using symbols, or choice boards, or scribing, or
    AAC. Thankyou again! I love your work!
  • keghufvc 2013-04-10 20:46

    naujas gamas 16b ligi pjvjcj
  • Yoshikazu 2012-07-14 06:02

    How to increase your mmorey power? how? some people could memorize a whole book
    in just a period of seconds. my teacher told me that most left handers have
    better memories. and i noticed that too. some people could just look at a page
    and remember the whole thing. they memorize it differently. they sort of
    photostated it into thier minds. like they looked at something then photostated
    it into their mind and when they need it they flip thru their brain and find the
    page. is there a way to be able to do that? will writing with your left hand
    (using your right brain) increase the possibility of doing that?
  • gabse 2011-12-28 10:10

    gal kas zino idomiu tinklalapiu?
  • gabse 2011-12-28 10:09

    kaskokia nesamone jau geriau saskes ane?
  • dominykas puodžiūnas 2011-05-26 11:10

    man per sunkus
  • gabija 2009-11-30 00:41

    alia levas