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Chapter 16: Art, Music, Phy Ed, Foreign Languages, and Career and Technical Education by Mind Map: Chapter 16: Art, Music, Phy Ed, Foreign
Languages, and Career and Technical
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Chapter 16: Art, Music, Phy Ed, Foreign Languages, and Career and Technical Education

Foreign Languages

Methods are similar to those used in whole instruction.

Use mnemonic strategies.

Encourage the use of note cards

Provide specific memory strategies or have them come up with their own.

Share memory strategies with peers.

Technology such as audiocassettes, CD's, and software.

Record lectures

Provide copies of lecture notes and overhead materials

Give feedback

Art Adaptations

stock adpated art materials

model fine and gross motor skills

New node

enforce guideline & rules for safety

assign roles ahead of time

allow ample practice time

break long assignmens into chunks

showcase works from all artists

Instructional Strategies

Teach procedures for career and technical tasks

In crease time on task

Individualize Instruction

Music Adaptations

monitor pace of songs

allow ample practice time

adapt instruments

modify response formats

use mnemonic devices for memorizing musical notes

Career and technical Education

Seven Areas

Agriculture

Business

Family & consumer sciences

marketing, Modifications, Set Goals & Objectives, Modify environment, Modify Curriculum, Plan for safety, Modify Instructional Materials, Select Computer Software

health

trade & industry

technical communications

Modifications for Students with Special Needs

Help them set realistic goals

modify environment for students with physical disabilities

Make modifications to the curriculum

provide basic safety instructions

make modifications to text, rewrite text for students with reading difficulties making it simpler, and possibly highlight important points, put important parts of text in audio form such as on cd or voice thread, create a visual with sound such as a dvd or voice thread for specific topics

provide students with computer software that will help them in their learning

The Carl D. Perkins Vocational Act of 1984

Each state is obligated to provide educational programs to increase participation and meet the needs of underserved groups

Phy Ed Adaptations

use buddy system

avoid student selected teams

modify activites

to promote coordination

so students don't tire as fast

modify game rules so all are included

substitute equipment

make sure all can hear you

break directions into chunks

develop fine & gross motor skills