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Calling On Students
Grade Level(s): K-2, Special Ed.
Submitted by: Amy Terry

Get a stack of 3 different colored index cards. Each color stands for a level of questioning (literal, moderate, higher level thinking). Now put the names of your students on your cards. Their abilitiy level will determine what color their name goes on. That way, you will ask questions appropriate for each child's level. Then, after asking the child the question, put the card in the back of your stack, so each child gets called on equally. Great method!



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