This site has a simple but direct approach to building your vocabulary. Keeping a special notebook of new words can increase vocabulary, assist memorization, and encourage good study and organization skills. L.11-12. 6 Vocabulary
Brush up on your reading comprehension skills when you check out this website. It looks at a particuar strategey called QAR. QAR stands for "Question-Answer Relationships." This particular strategy helps students learn to answer reading comprehension questions.
Understanding word structure and being able to identify root or base words, prefixes and suffixes give your student valuable vocabulary-building skills. Click on the Prefixes and Suffixes handout.
The purpose of this reading lesson is to offer a reading and comprehension lesson based on real-life reading materials. This gives students the opportunity to gain reading comprehension skills from real-life reading material.
Show your student how to correctly write a check, fill out a deposit slip, and use a check register. Introduce the concept of balancing a checkbook. Requires the ability to add and subtract decimals, sign one's name, write number words, and know the correct date.