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Matching instructional material to students' level of reading ability facilitates generalization to new material better than presenting material that is too difficult (Daly, Bonfigio, Mattson, Persampieri, & Foreman-Yates, 2005).
Because their auditory processing problems make the oral explanations and examples confusing, students often act as if their math assignments are much too difficult.
One possible reason is that the tools provided by the acquisition and technology community are too difficult to use.
It's not too difficult to guess the lyrics of the Owada songs "1-100," "start middle end," or "1234," which, with a wry wit, play with and off standard rock riffs and formulas, all delivered with deadpan precision spliced with the driving rhythms of rock 'n' roll.
It concluded that such an approach may be too difficult for practical implementation, and abandoned it for the arbi trary 20-year life.
In a sense, this is the classic long-term care admission: Family members have made heroic attempts to care for the patient at home, but the challenges have proven too difficult. After much soul searching and frustration, they are "forced" to place their loved one in a facility where he/she will receive the round-the-clock care they can't provide.