Many students struggle when having to move from concrete ways of thinking to more abstract concepts. Similes, metaphors, inferences, and multiple meanings can be confusing and students need to learn how to think deeper and develop the mental flexibility required to master this needed skill. Now you can get a free sampling of Dr. Warrens Abstract Thinking and Multiple Meanings workbook. Come and evaluate it for yourself!
Multiple Meanings and Critical Thinking Activities
Labels: abstract reasoning, abstract thinking, critical thinking, higher order language, inferences, language arts, making inferences, mental flexibility, multiple meanings, reading
Hi, my name is Dr. Erica Warren. I own a private practice, Learning to Learn, in Ossining NY. There, I offer one-on-one cognitive therapy, remedial reading, writing, and math, compensatory learning strategies, study strategies as well as executive functioning and ADHD coaching. I also have four websites: Go Dyslexia, Learning Specialist Courses, Dyslexia Materials and Good Sensory Learning where I offer free podcasts, blogs, advice, courses, as well as cognitive remedial products, multisensory lessons and educational games for teachers, educational therapists, and homeschoolers.