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ERIC Number: ED449614
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2000
Pages: 36
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
Essential Elements of Instruction: Lesson Plans Created by Special Education Interns, Fall 2000.
Nevin, Ann, Ed.
This document is a collection of six mathematics lesson plans for use with students with learning disabilities or mild mental retardation. The lesson plans utilize the Essential Elements of Instruction (EEI) 5-Step lesson design model developed by Madeline Hunter. The lesson plans and their authors are as follows: (1) "An EEI Lesson for 1st Graders with Learning Disabilities in Math: The 'Say It before You Do It' Strategy" (Jacqueline Katsoufis, Amanda Libby, and Lina Nguyen); (2) "An EEI Lesson for 2nd [and] 3rd Grade Students with Learning Disabilities in Math Reasoning and Computation: The 'Say-Do' Strategy" (Diane Martin-Snyder, Nichole Pottinger, and Priscilla Romero; (3) "An EEI Lesson for 3rd-5th Grade Students with Learning Disabilities: The 'Say-Do' Strategy To Improve Multiplication" (Daniel Coburn, Beth Harrison, Cheryl Martin); (4) "An EEI Lesson for 7th-8th Grade Students with Learning Disabilities in Reading Comprehension: Using the RIDGES Mnemonic To Solve Story Problems in Math" (Rebekah Dyer, Nancy Kane, and Julia Monoz); (5) "An EEI Lesson for 9th Grade Students with Mild Mental Retardation: Using Mnemonics Strategies To Solve Math Word Problems RIDGES and 'Does McDonalds Sell Cheese BurgeRs?'" (Ann Calvert, Serena Comella, and Susan George); and (6) "An EEI Lesson for 10th Grade Students with Specific Learning Disability in Mathematics and Who are Learning English as a Second Language: Using Mnemonics for Problem Solving" (Kelly Buck, Annemarie Lampright, and Donald Rand). An appendix outlines the EEI lesson design model. (DB)
Publication Type: Guides - Non-Classroom
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners; Teachers
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Arizona State Univ.-West, Phoenix.