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

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Preface
Acknowledgments
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
	Rubrics
	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
Geometry
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
Chemistry
Living Organisms
Understanding the 5 Kingdoms
Be the King of the Kingdoms
Cells for Sale
Classification Lesson
Vertebrates & Invertebrates
Physics
A Hot Lesson
Earth Science
Study Guides/Worksheets: The Water Cycle, Boundaries & Fronts
Astronomy
Environmental Studies
Organized Lessons for Research & Observation
Technology
1,2,3 P.A.Y.ing Lessons: Paraphrase, Agreement, Your Action
Chapter Nine- Standards-Based Social Studies Objectives
Research Implications
Sample Lessons/Connections for K-12
Government
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
Economics
Economical Words
Geography
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
Biomes
Create-A-State
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
Lighthouses
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
Conclusion:
16. Rewards for All!
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Inclusive education -- United States.