This multisensory study guide was revised on August 11, 2016.
The study guide model is for a middle school/ high school student/class but can be modified for all grade levels, and content areas.
If a student, or your child, has the IEP accommodation - provision of study guides for tests, this is the file for you!
Teachers and parents can support both curriculum and undeveloped skills while simultaneously providing a guide for studying with the template. The template has directions on it for ease of use when creating your study guides. It is not necessary to use all of the graphic organizers and pages which is why it is being sold as a word document.
How many students in school have the accommodation for a study guide? If you have even just one student, this is worth every penny. As you will see, this file has been priced for one student's use, or for use with one classroom. If you have different classes, please purchase additional licenses at 50% off!
This is a detailed study guide template that allows you to select and delete skills developmental skills, graphic organizers based on the student's needs.
Initially, more time is generally needed to create a study guide; but once you have saved your content area study guide, you have your own model to review. Each time gets faster and eventually, time to complete a study guide is lessened.
Do you have students with below grade level reading and writing abilities, but are expected to learn using textbooks above their reading and writing level?
Do you need a resource to support and develop your students' weak academic skills using curriculum concepts?
Are you looking for a template that will give you flexibility to select specific pages that will meet the specific needs of your students?
This study guide focuses on the use of a multisensory approach, along with concept repetition and reinforcement, to support students as they move beyond memorization of academic material, to students who understand the concepts.
This study guide supports the many aspects of "brain activation," from processing new material, to the different aspects of memory.
But the best part of this study guide is that all you need to do is insert concepts, vocabulary, and other great multisensory tools, including You Tube videos that relate to the goals and objectives of your subject matter.
Struggling students often prefer visually a stimulating guide - it is not designed to be an answer key to a test/quiz, but a tool to successful skill building development and concept development.
Check out the preview file to see a few of the graphic organizers, pictures, and other pages of a typical "study guide."
Have fun using this resource... Many students have benefited using this multisensory tool!
One of my high school students told me, when I asked if he really used the study guides said, "Are you kidding me, come to my house Mrs. K-F-you'll see them all over my bedroom because I use them all the time. They're great!" That is a true story, and this young man did improve his skills over the school year! When I heard this, I knew this study guide format made a difference in his life!
Would you like to view other multisensory lessons?
Would you like to see a great multisensory bundle of 65+ lessons listed at a great savings? Then, click on the link -
The Basic -1 Orton Gillingham Bundle for Classrooms
Orton Gillingham Classroom Bundle - 2 -Prefixes/Suffixes/Roots
Know the Code Closed Syllable Type
Syllable Types Graphic Organizer
Know the Code Syllabication Pattern
Word Pattern VCCV
Know the Learning Strategy - COPS
Know the Code - Vowels
Word Pattern VV
Looking for a great value on lessons that have been bundled? Go to the links below:
Social Studies Using Greek and Latin Roots
Syllable Types Graphic Organizer
"re- "prefix unit
cle - Syllable Type
cle - Spelling Rule/Generalization "age"
Know the Code
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