Students love videos.
Of course they also love hearing us teachers talk nonstop, right?
It is helpful for students to hear instruction in terms and formats they prefer.
Short videos, with cartoons, are a great way to do this.
You already know that “some” students “might” have short attention spans.
How do you deal with that? Short chunks of information.
This playlist of 45 videos on reading skills by McGraw Hill is excellent. These videos simplify (simple is good) a number of reading skills in small, understandable steps. They incorporate cartoons and visuals.
You can also browse around and look through their videos on a number of other subjects at their channel.
Share these videos with your students directly, post them on your class website, share them with your students parents.
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