Scaffolding Journal 2

Scaffolding Journal 2

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  • Scaffolding: An effective technique for students with disabilities
  • Intentional grouping and interactional Scaffolding
  • Sometimes grouping students heterogeneously or homogeneously based on academic levels or social levels can help them tackle Caesar together.
  • What does "saucy" mean in this text?
  • Well, let's see the words that surround it to figure out.
  • For students with disabilities, it can help them strengthen their listening skills and social skills and learn through peers.
  • Saucy sounds like a person who is a little disrespectful. Am I pronouncing it correctly?
  • Yes you are. Well, let's see the words that surround it to figure out.
  • Scaffolding is when a teacher provides support that allows learners to develop and meet their full potential so that they can soon become autonomous learners.
  • In order to understand and comprehend literature, it is sometimes best to have someone to help that student: either a teacher or even a peer. It is important thatt while grouping students into pairs or more, you carefully do so so that both can help each other out.
  • Differentiation and Scaffolding come to play here: change to a comfortable environment, chunking, and flexible but intentional grouping to help students learn in the best way possible.
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