'I Have, Who Has' is a fun, fast paced group activity in which students must listen carefully to their classmates in order to participate. In this version, students will practice their recognition of synonyms and antonyms.
Instead of sifting through piles of worksheets, create a “master book” to help organize your papers and keep them in one place. Keep one copy of every important worksheet. Place them in a binder with dividers for each month.
For kids who are easily distracted. Put assignment in a file folder, cut the folder into thirds. The student see tasks one (or two) at a time. This is helpful for multi-step problems and ADHD/Processing disorders.
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Routines and Transitions alternatives to traditional homework Even at the college level, these homework alternatives make a lot of sense in a language classroom. I am beginning to really re-think all my ideas about homework.