Table of contents for More inclusion strategies that work! : aligning strength with standards / Toby J. Karten.

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About the Author
 Part I: Fundamentals of Honoring Potentials and Strengths of Students & Teachers
1. Concentrating on Students? Strengths
	What are the Standards?
Positive Characteristics of Disabilities
	Enabling vs. Challenging Your Students
	Accommodations Chart
	IEPs: Before & Beyond the Paperwork
Resources to Consult
	Chapter Review Questions/Activities
2. Understanding Assessments & Curriculum Standards
Research about Grading Says
	Studying and Teaching for More than the Test
	Other Assessment Options
	Testy Language
	Interpreting Data
	Empowering Students by Demystifying the Grading System
	Student Monitoring: How am I Doing?
	Moving Forward
	Sample Lesson: American Revolution Play
	Ways to Assess a Subject
	Chapter Review Questions/Activities
3. How Students Learn: Brain Basics
	Research about the Brain Says
	Basic Principles of Brain Based Learning
	Multiple Intelligences Honored
	Project and Student-Based Learning
	POSA:bilities: Pledge of Student Allegiance
	Chapter Review Questions/Activities
4. How Teachers Teach: Good Practices for All
	Good Practices for All
	I.C.E.S.: Inclusion Communication Exchange System
	Matching Content to Delivery
	Inclusion Strategies That Work
	Valuable and Applicable Things to Do in All Classrooms on a Daily Basis
	Collaboration, Co teaching & Preparation
Increasing Communications
Joie de Learning
	Nothing Taken for Granted	
	Spiraling Objectives
	Vertical and Horizontal Alignments
Baseline, Advancing, Challenging Assignments
	Interdisciplinary Lessons
	Chapter Review Questions/Activities
 Part II: Content Standards-Based Inclusion Strategies That Work
5. Standards-Based Reading Objectives
Research Implications
	Sample Lessons/Connections for K-12
	Reading and Understanding Words: Decoding, Encoding, Word Recognition, 	Vocabulary, Phonological Awareness, Print Concepts
Sample Primary Reading/Decoding Lesson
Unsequenced Syllables
Silly Syllable Student Sheets
Some Phonetic (fo-net-ick) Facts
Word Exploration Chart
Comprehension Skills
SOARing into Reading
Literature Themes
Chapter Six- Standards-Based Writing, Listening, Speaking Objectives
Research Implications
Sample Lessons/Connections for K-12
Handwriting & Notetaking
Copying Shapes & Lines
Creative & Expository Writing
Stop & Think Sheet
Editing & Illustrating Sentences
Fill in the Tenses & Write More!
Turning Facts into Expository Writing
Speaking & Listening
ABCing Thoughts
Functional Words to Speak & Understand
Sample of Teacher Given Oral Directions Using Visuals
Figuratively Speaking: Food for Thought
Chapter Seven- Standards-Based Math Objectives
Research Implications
Sample Lessons/Connections for K-12
Practical Math Applications
Proportions & Ratios
Calculating Rate
Estimating Tips & Discounts
Number Sense, Operations/Computations, Measurement
Hundreds? Chart
Cuisenaire Rods
Touch Math
Multiple Chart
Metric System: King Henry Died Monday Drinking Chocolate Milk
Problem Solving
Strategy Chart
Where Do I See these Shapes?
Algebra Patterns, Relationships
Graphing, Discrete Mathematics, Probability, and Data Interpretation
Do I Have Enough Money for these Items?
Eye-Opening Lesson
Chapter Eight- Standards-Based Science Objectives
Research Implications
Sample Lessons/Connections for K-12
Inquiry Skills
Living Organisms
Understanding the 5 Kingdoms
Be the King of the Kingdoms
Cells for Sale
Classification Lesson
Vertebrates & Invertebrates
A Hot Lesson
Earth Science
Study Guides/Worksheets: The Water Cycle, Boundaries & Fronts
Environmental Studies
Organized Lessons for Research & Observation
1,2,3 Lessons: Paraphrase, Agreement, Your Action
Chapter Nine- Standards-Based Social Studies Objectives
Research Implications
Sample Lessons/Connections for K-12
Personal Freedoms
Learning about Countries: A Broad Appeal!
World History
Past Civilizations: Who? When? Where? What?
Who are these People?
Breaking up the Learning: Ancient Israel Lesson
Cultural Awareness
Current Events
Examining News Articles
Economical Words
Where in the World Is . . . ?
Geography of Sports Stadiums
Chapter Ten- Standards-Based Art, Music, Drama Objectives
	Artful Research Implications
Sample Lessons/Connections for K-12
Putting it All into Perspective
Creating & Understanding Tessellations
Dance Objectives
Theater Objectives
Music Objectives
Musical Terms & Concepts
11. Standards-Based Health/Physical Education Objectives
Physical Education Research Implications
Sample Lessons/Connections for K-12
3 PE Stages
Appetizingly Nutritional Choices
12. Standards-Based Career Education & Life Skills Objectives
Research Implications
Sample Lessons/Connections for K-12
My Strengths, Interests, & Goals
Chapter Thirteen- Standards-Based Social/Behavioral/Emotional Objectives
Research Implications
Sample Lessons/Connections for K-12
T.O.T.A.L. Monitoring: Time on Task Accelerates Learning
Behavioral Survey of Self & Others
How Would You Feel, and What Would You Do, If . . .
	Emotions People Feel
Chapter Fourteen- Standards-Based Interdisciplinary/Crosscurricular Lessons
Primary Lessons to Scale Up or Down
A Palette of Colors
Inviting Lessons: Invitations to Famous People
ABCs of Sounds Around
Metamorphosis: Animate & Inanimate Changes
Moving Lessons
	Lessons for Every Body
Nature Walk: Tree Unit
Oh the Places to Know! Monumental Momentum?Architecture
Writing from Picture Prompts
Fables, Myths, & Legends Go to School
A Circle of GGS: Genre Games & Subjects
What If . . . . . .
Training for Life across the Curriculum
Nutritionally Sound Diets
Recipes for Learning
Sporting Lessons & Reviews
Poetry Unit: Albert on the Tee
Intermediary and High School Lessons
Media Genius: Steven Spielberg
Video Game Learning
Talk Show Formats
Invisible Learning: Filling in the Missing Elements
Shapely Lessons
Computer Web Searches
HS Media Technology Project
Curriculum Timelines: If I was the Teacher
The Culture of . . .
Analyze the Quotes
 Part III: Application of Strengths and Standards to Inclusive Environments
Chapter Fifteen Attaining Inclusion
CPR for Inclusion
Teacher Planning
How Becomes Who
Parental Support
Scripted Administration:
Proactively Addressing, Solving & Preventing Dilemmas
Classroom Documentations & Communications
Implementing Modifications by Charting Lessons
16. Rewards for All!

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Inclusive education -- United States.