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You Can Golf

by Samuel Sennott

So your summer camp is winding down, or maybe you are stuck inside in an extended year program.  Maybe your home with your children during a few weeks they have off from camp.  Why not take a golf break?  Make a day of it:  Do guided reading with the book about Tiger Woods.  Check out the videos from YouTube.  Talk about it.  Write about it.  Spell some words at the level the student is at.  Then break out the Nintendo Wii if you can get one and play 3 or 9 holes.  Take some pictures while your doing it and do some more writing later that day or another.  Enjoy! http://otot.wikispaces.com/Tiger+Woods

Books

Tiger Woods Cover From Book, Tiger Head shot, looking, and swinging
Tiger Woods Cover From Book, Tiger Head shot, looking, and swinging

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Readings

Videos

Writing

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  • Use a graphic organizer to brainstorm what you want to write about.

http://aex.intellitools.com/searchdetails.php?act_key=basicwebgraphicorganizer

Screenshot of Basic Web Graphic Organizer
Screenshot of Basic Web Graphic Organizer

Working With Words

Motivation Connection

  • Play Nintendo Wii Sports Golf.

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July 17, 2008 - Posted by | Special Education | , , , , , , , ,

2 Comments »

  1. […] the virtual game worlds up on the big projector is pretty cool.  Our best integration is seen in a previous post about golf. There is much to share about the process we use, but for right now, one tip is to use tape or […]

    Pingback by We Love the Wii and Adapting it Too « Alltogether | July 22, 2008 | Reply

  2. Lol I play the Nintendo Golf better than the real game!

    Comment by Golf Training Ebook Reviews | July 24, 2008 | Reply


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