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Everyone gets a turn
Grade Level(s): 5-7 Special Education
Submitted by: Donna King

In order to make sure all students are given an opportunity to answer, read or respond in my classroom, I purchased an inexpensive deck of playing cards and wrote a student's name on each card, making sure to use each name an equal number of times. Before each class, I shuffle the cards. I hold them, name up, and use them to call on students. It adds ramdomness and keeps students alert because they do not know when they will be called on.



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