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Some general teaching strategies apply to all levels of language acquisition. S. educational system, they are generally fearful and hesitant. The most important task for the teacher is to make the child feel comfortable and welcome. This can be done through the use of a class buddy and daily one-to-one interaction with the teacher. It is imperative that the teacher and classmates pronounce the child’s name correctly and learn something about the child’s culture. The new student should be included in all activities with adjusted expectations.
The use of behavioral charts and contracts are visual reminders of progress and often reinforcers themselves. 1, the similarities and differences between students with attentional deficit disorder and students with attention deficit disorder with hyperactivity are compared. In most ways, these students are very similar and educational strategies are very comparable. C H I L D R E N WITH DIFFICULTIES A T T E N D I N G T O TASK Table 4. I. 3 5 Differences and Similarities of ADD and ADHD Attend t o every stimulus, meaningful and nonmeaningful Impulsive Uneven learning patterns: learn a concept one day and forget it the next day Disorganization Inability t o maintain attention Memory problems Appears t o be daydreaming Hyperactive Learns best with visual cues t o help remember daily routine Benefits from clear routine Needs clear directions and expectations ADD ADHD X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Students with attentional deficits can be challenging.
Focuses on subject rather than English proficiency. Is both process and product oriented. Monitors progress without formal testing. Student Portfolios Allows multi-modality demonstration on knowledge. Less threatening. Can be done in both native language and English. Focuses on content mastery. Verbal Tests Verbal acquisition precedes written acquisition. N o reading required. Less threatening. Allows teacher subiective evaluation. Assessment in Native Language Allows total concentration on subject matter.