ACA Students' Give HGTV Some Competition Studying "Homes Across America!"

ACA Students' Give HGTV Some Competition Studying "Homes Across America!"

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ACA was designed for bright students who have normal IQ's but learn differently, which is quite a challenge. It takes many hours to methodically build curricula materials that are individualized as well as teach the foundational language and academic skills that can be applied to anything we teach. Our curriculum is written and created specifically for the student who has delays in reading, writing, comprehension, spelling, math and language skills ... so it is MULTI-SENSORY. We involve the student's visual, kinesthetic, auditory and tactile senses. Our curriculum targets the weaknesses and builds on the strengths by explicitly teaching the language and academic concepts, vocabulary, organizational skills, and attention to details. We want our students to be successful at home, school, and in their community.

Take a look at this week’s lesson on Homes Across America. We started with a piece of commercially available literature, wrote our own book at the students’ level, and made it hands on each day! When we involve our students they learn and when it is fun (check out their smiles) they even enjoy learning! God's provision of gifted and dedicated staff, make this all possible.

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