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Learning Disabled Gifted A.D.D.?

July 11, 2010 by  
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TALENT DEVELOPMENT

God gives every child undeveloped gifts and talents to be used to serve Him. (Matt. 24: 14-29)

Square Pegs deserve square holes. Not every child learns in the “normal” instructional method. God has created each child to be an individual with a specific learning style. It is the job of home schooling and Christian school parents Read the rest...

Scope & Sequence: Language Arts

July 11, 2010 by  
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Scope & Sequence: General Overview
Language Arts: K-3


Reading/Literature

Word Analysis

PHONICS/VOCABULARY

learn consonant sounds
know letter/sound vowels, blends, digraphs, diphthongs, phonograms
recognize sight words
learn compound words
recognize synonyms, antonyms, homonyms
write contractions
decode words
use root words: prefixes, suffixes
use words with multiple meanings
use of descriptive words
integrate use of words of all subject areas
demonstrate variety
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Student Screening

July 11, 2010 by  
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The children who will benefit from a Talent Development ministry are usually easy to recognize. After two weeks of school, most teachers know which students are going to have difficulty, or need additional materials to be challenged. There is a need for teacher and parent observation in the screening process and valuable information can be obtained in this manner. Read the rest...

Let’s Teach It – Rite?

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Let’s Teach It — “Rite”???
contributed by Susan Foster

What approach to teaching should we use as we undertake the education of our children? Many parents and teachers want to know, “Just how do I present these new and wonderful materials which I have purchased for my child?”

A year ago, I was given a coffee mug by a Read the rest...

Philosophy of Talent Development

July 11, 2010 by  
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The philosophy of Talent Development is based on principles found in the Bible. We believe that the Word of God has the answer to all of life’s problems and thus should be the basis for all education.

As Christian parents we must see that our children have the benefit of a Christian education. If our children have special Read the rest...

Principles and Practices of Teaching Reading

July 11, 2010 by  
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To be meaningful, evaluation must be based on understanding of children as learners, reading as a learning process, and learning to read as a long-term developmental process.

Principles:

1. Learning to read is a complicated process and is sensitive to a variety of pressures. Too much pressure, or the wrong kind of pressure may result in non- learning. Sources Read the rest...

Parents Certainly Are Misunderstood!

July 11, 2010 by  
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Parents Certainly Are Misunderstood!

By Steven C. Staats

You thought you were happily smiling at your child from a hard stadium seat or a hot packed auditorium, But your child looked at your face and saw approval of him and joy in what he was doing.

You thought that you were just patting him on the back Read the rest...

Outcome Based Education

July 11, 2010 by  
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By Dr. Paul Cates

The prophet Hosea warned, My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge because thou has rejected knowledge, I will also reject thee, that thou shalt be no priest to me: seeing thou hast forgotten the law of thy God, I will also forget thy children. Deuteronomy 6:7

Education is defined as the task of Read the rest...

How to Respond to the New Age Movement

July 11, 2010 by  
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“YOU WILL SURELY NOT DIE,” THE SERPENT SAID TO THE WOMAN. “FOR GOD KNOWS THAT WHEN YOU EAT OF IT YOUR EYES WILL BE OPENED AND YOU WILL BE LIKE GOD” (GENESIS 3:1-15).

The NEW-AGE MOVEMENT is an umbrella referring to a variety of people, organizations, events, practices and ideas. Theologically speaking, it is not a centrally organized movement with Read the rest...

Math: What Do Our Children Need?

July 11, 2010 by  
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Mathematics: What Do Our Children Need?

This is the third and last of a series of articles focused on the kind of mathematics our children need. The first article dealt with the reasons to teach mathematics and suggested some non-typical reasons. The second article discussed how our world is changing and the impact such changes will have on our Read the rest...

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