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This collection of activities, written by two experienced music education professionals, is filled with creative, practical ideas and reproducible visual aids and manipulatives.
All of this is followed by specific lessons outlining purposes, materials, vocabulary/concepts, instructional time and possible visual aids.
Remember that a visual aid is just a helper and not the whole enchilada.
The color-coded parts list display in the visual aids reportedly provides easy cross-referencing to the drawing in the same manner used for circuit board visual aids.
Two presentations are rarely ever the same, so you should identify the method of using the visual aid which suits your particular style.
Karen Reczuch's artwork is a perfect visual aid in caring forward the informative text, which is enhanced with the inclusion of an afterword presenting the factual basis for the picturebook story and the threats facing wild salmon today.
Results indicated that students correctly recorded more concepts and got better quiz scores during guided notes conditions than when they took their own notes, despite the fact that visual aids (i.
Each kit is a self-contained, one-year curriculum including a lesson manual, overview planner, monthly overviews, take-home sheets, lesson plans and 54 games, visual aids and additional instructional enhancements, such as color-coded flashcards and a Bingo set.