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Teaching functional academics

a curriculum guide for adolescents and adults with learning problems

by Bender, Michael

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Published by University Park Press in Baltimore .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • People with disabilities -- Education.,
  • Life skills -- Study and teaching.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMichael Bender, Peter J. Valletutti.
    ContributionsValletutti, Peter J.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLC4812 .B46
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 276 p. :
    Number of Pages276
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4265548M
    ISBN 100839116624
    LC Control Number81011477
    OCLC/WorldCa7615382

    A Functional Assessment and Curriculum for Teaching Students with Disabilities — Volumes I-IV: Complete Set Target Group: Infancy through Young Adult Now substantially revised and available in four volumes, these books are intended as a guide for educators, special education teachers, school administrators, counselors, and o.   Functional Academics and Curriculum: Teaching Low to High Functioning Autistic Children in School and at Home: In this post, I want to impart some information regarding education and the autistic student. All the information below, I have personally taught to my daughter and students in various schools under the guidance of a qualified Special Education.

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Brief Overview of PCP-Life Book ; Direct Instruction ; Functional Academics Math ; Functional Academics Reading ; 3 Learning Objectives. Understand how inventories are developed and used ; Understand the overview of the PCP-Life Book ; Understand some strategies for teaching math in a life skills context ; Understand issues in teaching literacy.

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If your learner is 2 or 22, functional skills are important, relevant, and can lead to immediate, noticeable, and measureable changes. Role play: The best way to develop life skills is to practice and repeat them. Role playing gives students a chance to act out scenarios that they may encounter in real life.

Set up a financial program: Help students to create a complete financial profile. Create scenarios that involve paying the mortgage or rent, utility bills and dealing with banks, by doing things like writing checks. Thus, functional academics are adaptive skills 6 MELISSA A.

MILLER * and NICOLE FENTY ** * University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NCU.S.A. ** Department of Teaching and Learning, University of Louisville, Louisville, KYU.S.A.

93 Functional Academic Adaptive Skills 94 Functional Academic Adaptive Skills developed suffi Author: Melissa A. Miller, Nicole Fenty. This text is a clear and current description of the instructional strategies that can be immediately applied across age groups and disability labels.

An evidence-based instructional methodology is provided, which has proved to be effective in teaching skills to students and adults with disabilities. Signature topics include: (1) a community-referenced functional curriculum; (2) how to assess.Teaching functional academics: a curriculum guide for adolescents and adults with learning problems.Table of Contents of this book.

The Functional Academics Curriculum is designed for teachers and instructors who work with a very special group of adolescents, age 12 years and older, for whom the developmental or academic approach is no longer effective, and have basic academic skills at a kindergarten through second grade level.