Indentifying and helping struggling students in the classroom by Meriem…
Indentifying and helping struggling students in the classroom by Meriem Oikasse
Students have anxiety about math class, tests, and homework
Says he/she hates math
Students do not attempt to find different approaches to problems
Difficulty recalling basic math concepts and facts
poor spelling and grammar
refuse to do writing assignment.
Lack of organized thoughts and structure
students who always avoid reading activities
signs of a struggling student in terms of academics and behavior.
the teacher try her strategies to help that student
one to one explanation for that student
Use audio and visual aids.
like data show, videos...
Repeat each learning point more than you normally would
some kids don't get the lesson from the first time the teacher should repeat the lesson more than once
Use models and learning aids
Rearrange student seating or classroom setup
For example a student who is distracted by peers may benefit from having his or her seat moved to a more private corner of the room.
Time out for misbehaving students
the teacher should set a time out spot for misbehaving student
Break student tasks into manageable 'chunks
Consider breaking a larger task into smaller or easier 'chunks' that the student will more willingly undertake. If the student must complete a large number of subtasks, include an occasional 'fun break'.
Did the strategies work
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students find difficulty learning and retaining sight words
Students show a slow and laborious decoding skills
Talking repeatedly during the lesson
Playing while the teacher is giving directions
Becomes easily distracted
Does not want to complete his/her work
the teacher observes the students and sees if the student struggles in a specific area.