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Month: October 2016

5 ingredients for following verbal directions better…

5 ingredients for following verbal directions better…

The most common concern I hear from classroom teachers is their student’s ability to follow verbal directions within the classroom. Although there are no specific Common Core Standards which address “following verbal directions” explicitly, success with these tasks underpins¬†everything¬†within the classroom. ¬†Following verbal directions in Kindergarten allows a student to be successful in classroom routines, which then sets the foundation for going through the steps in a multi-step word problem by 5th grade. Whether it’s attention, language processing, or 2nd…

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