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Telling Time Strategies

I am currently working with a 4th grade student in an after school program. The student is currently struggling with telling time, such as understanding 10 mins after 10, a quarter to 11, half past 12. What strategies would you suggest that I use to help the student understand time vocabulary? See More
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Megan Dodson commented on Alyson Thorp's blog post Reading Comprehension Strategies
"Hi Alyson,  To help your student with reading comprehension I would use the reading strategy Directed Reading-Thinking Activity (DR-TA). DR-TA is implemented in a three step process: The first step, Direct is when the teacher directs the…"
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Megan Dodson commented on Alyson Thorp's blog post Our Changing Schools
"Here are some ideas as to how teachers can provide today's students with an appropriate and enjoyable educational experience: teachers should keep in mind how the learning environment should look. Ideally, a teacher would want…"
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Telling Time Strategies

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I am currently working with a 4th grade student in an after school program. The student is currently struggling with telling time, such as understanding 10 mins after 10, a quarter to 11, half past 12. What strategies would you suggest that I use to help the student understand time vocabulary? 

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