1 Reply Latest reply on May 4, 2012 6:30 AM by lsrdhunter@msn.com

    worksheets

      HOW CAN WORKSHEETS BE MORE INTERESTING TO ALL THE LEVEL OF LEARNERS? AS I BELIEVE THAT THEY ARE ALWAYS A HELPING HAND.

        • Re: worksheets
          lsrdhunter@msn.com

          If using electronic worksheets, consider using the Hidden Text Font feature of Microsoft® Word to provide built in scaffolding for students.

          For example:  Provide detailed instructions, expectations, and examples within the worksheet as built-in scaffolding and support.

           

          Highlight the scaffolding information. Right-click on top of the selected information then select the Font option.  Under Effects put a check in the box next to the Hidden option.  The scaffolding information will disappear but can be accessed by the students when the paragraphs marks symbol (looks like a backward "P" under the Paragraph menu) is selected.  In reverse the information can be removed when no longer needed by selecting the paragraph marks symbol.