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Teaching Students on the Spectrum

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Working with certified professionals in the area of Autism, Clarendon Learning developed our “Teaching Students on the Spectrum” Curriculum.  You will learn professional advice and strategies on how to effectively run an inclusive classroom, which includes ALL of your students.

The full Curriculum includes:

  • Teaching students on the Spectrum – Informational Packet
  • Lesson 1: Communication
  • Lesson 2: Judging by Appearances
  • Lesson 3: Healthy Relationships
  • Lesson 4: Being open to New Relationships
  • Lesson 5: Self-Esteem
  • Lesson 6: Team Building

All-in-all you will have access hours of material, worksheets, activities, and more all designed to help you serve your students and classroom more fully.

We hope you enjoy our curriculum Teaching Students on the Spectrum.

Text Features Lesson PlanText Features Teachers Guide

Text Features

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Our Text Features lesson plan teaches students about the features of different kinds of text. Students learn to differentiate between different text features, list their uses, and use them in both fiction and non-fiction contexts.

Text Features for Locating Information

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With our Text Features for Locating Information lesson plan, students learn all about text features that can help them locate information. Students practice identifying text features and their purpose as a part of this lesson.

Text Structure and Development

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With our Text Structure and Development lesson plan, students learn about the different parts of writing structure (sentences, paragraphs, chapters) and how they relate to each other and to a text as a whole.

The Narrator Lesson PlanThe Narrator Teachers Guide

The Narrator

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Our The Narrator lesson plan introduces students to the concept of a narrator and teaches students to identify the narrator in a given text. Students also work on identifying the purpose of the narrator in different texts.

Themes and Central Ideas

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With our Themes and Central Ideas lesson plan, students learn about themes and central ideas in writing, including how to identify them and why they’re important.

Types of Books Lesson PlanTypes of Books Teachers Guide

Types of Books

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Our Types of Books lesson plan teaches students about the differences between fiction and nonfiction books and texts. Students also learn about some common genres and practice identifying them.

Understanding Details Lesson PlanUnderstanding Details Teachers Guide

Understanding Details

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In our Understanding Details lesson plan, students learn how to extract and recognize details in writing in order to enhance reading comprehension. Students practice identifying details in written works and articulating why they are important.

Understanding Dialogue Lesson PlanUnderstanding Dialogue Teachers Guide

Understanding Dialogue

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In our Understanding Dialogue lesson plan, students develop a deeper understanding of dialogue, including how to identify it, why it’s used, and how to interpret it. Students also practice extracting information about characters, settings, and themes from dialogue.

Understanding Through Illustrations

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With our Understanding Through Illustrations lesson plan, students learn how to effectively use illustrations to gain information about a text. Students practice looking at illustrations and identifying relevant information as a part of this lesson.

Using Appropriate Sentences

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With our Using Appropriate Sentences lesson plan, students learn some basic grammar rules, especially related to word order, along with some reasons that proper grammar is important.

Using Illustrations Lesson PlanUsing Illustrations Teachers Guide

Using Illustrations

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In our Using Illustrations lesson plan, students learn about the importance of illustrations and when they can and should be used. Students practice discerning information from illustrations and creating their own illustrations for a specific purpose.

Word Analysis Skills

With our Word Analysis Skills lesson plan, students learn skills for analyzing and thinking about words, including how to sort them by number of syllables, how to find definitions, and how to determine rhyming words.

The Clarendon Learning reading lesson plans are convenient and valuable as the starting point to help every elementary school-aged child to become a better reader.  A wide variety of topics are available with specialized reading lesson plans for beginning readers in primary school, more advanced readers in the middle elementary grades, and of course, concept-specific lessons for students in upper grades.

Whether you are seeking to introduce your students to new vowel sounds, understanding myths, and fables, or the skills and strategies needed for comprehending stories, or other reading concepts, Clarendon Learning offers effective teaching resources and ideas for classroom teachers and homeschooling parents.

Our detailed lesson plans have been written by experienced educators and curriculum experts.  They have been thoroughly researched and reviewed for accuracy and efficiency and can be used almost immediately.  There is little preparation time necessary, allowing the busy educator more time to teach the content of the lesson.

The reading lesson plans include step-by-step instructions, procedures for teachers, options, matching Common Core State Standards, content for students, activity and practice pages, a list of Internet resources to enhance learning, and much more.

All of our reading resources may be searched by topic or grade level (k-6). You’ll find that these teaching resources truly are beneficial to all elementary-aged students, and the plans will allow teachers and homeschooling parents to become more effective educators.

The Clarendon Learning reading lesson plans are convenient and valuable as the starting point to help every elementary school-aged child to become a better reader.  A wide variety of topics are available with specialized reading lesson plans for beginning readers in primary school, more advanced readers in the middle elementary grades, and of course, concept-specific lessons for students in upper grades. Whether you are seeking to introduce your students to new vowel sounds, understanding myths, and fables, or the skills and strategies needed for comprehending stories, or other reading concepts, Read more