Learn Braille

Uncontracted (Grade 1) & Contracted (Grade 2)

Author: R. J. Clarke

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781539368137


Page: 94

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Learn braille by sight. Dots are printed, not embossed so that a sighted person can easily learn braille to assist a visually impaired person. The type of braille in this book is called UEB (Unified English Braille) which is the international standard for English speaking countries. In this book, you will learn Grade 1 and Grade 2 braille, which is now known as uncontracted and contracted braille.

Beginning with Braille

Firsthand Experiences with a Balanced Approach to Literacy

Author: Anna M. Swenson

Publisher: American Foundation for the Blind

ISBN: 9780891283232

Category: Education

Page: 213

View: 6948

Beginning with braille provides a wealth of effective activities for promoting literacy at the early stages of braille instruction. The text includes creative and practical strategies for designing and delivering quality braille instruction and teacher-friendly suggestions for many areas such as reading aloud to young children, selecting and making early tactile books, and teaching tactile and hand movement skills. This book also includes tips on designing worksheets, introducing braille contractions, teaching the use of the braillewriter, and facilitating the writing process in braille. Chapters also address guidelines for individualizing instruction, the literacy needs of students with additional disabilities, and assessment of student progress in developing literacy skills.

Foundations of Education: Instructional strategies for teaching children and youths with visual impairments

Author: M. Cay Holbrook,Alan J. Koenig

Publisher: American Foundation for the Blind

ISBN: 9780891283393

Category: Education

Page: 872

View: 1730

Foundations of Education is the essential resource on educating students who are blind or visually impaired. The revised and updated second edition of this groundbreaking text is a comprehensive compilation including both fundamental theory and specific methodology on teaching visually impaired students in all areas. Volume 2: Instructional Strategies for Teaching Children and Youths with Visual Impairments covers specialized assessment and modifying instruction, as well as detailed information on instruction in both the core curriculum and the expanded core curriculum. Foundations of Education is not only the fundamental textbook for students in the field of visual impairment, but is a vital tool for educators, administrators, policy makers, and allied professionals.

Braille Learning System using Raspberry Pi

Author: Saranya Karunamurthi

Publisher: GRIN Verlag

ISBN: 3668792496

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 52

View: 4706

Project Report from the year 2018 in the subject Engineering - General, Basics, grade: UG, , language: English, abstract: This project helps in simplifying the process of learning of braille instructions. The integration of physical activity and hearing can facilitate easy learning of Braille Script. In this project we develop a kit which helps the blind and visually impaired people to learn braille even in the absence of teachers. Braille literacy is crucial for blind individuals, as it enables life-long learning and is key to employment and independency. One way to promote Braille literacy is to make existing Braille reading devices more accessible, affordable, and user friendly. Commercially available Braille reading devices in this regard need various improvements. Most of these devices cost thousands of dollars, mainly because they rely on multiple piezoelectric actuators in order to create the Braille letters. Other issues include high voltage actuation and reduced portability. In order to solve these issues and improve existing Braille displays, various actuation methods have been widely investigated.285 million people are estimated to be visually impaired worldwide, 39 million are blind and 246 have low vision. India has the largest population of blind people in the world. That's over 12 million people. Even the central and state government provide job opportunities for blind and visually impaired people. But only few vacancies are filled due to lack of education. Lack of education for blind people is due to the lack of qualified teachers to teach them Braille. Learning the Braille script is not an easy task for Visually Impaired students. Visually Impaired students have to memorize various patterns of keys of Braille matrix assigned for different letters/words/symbols in Braille script to read and write effectively.

When You Have a Visually Impaired Student in Your Classroom

A Guide for Paraeducators

Author: Joanne Russotti,Rona Shaw,Susan Jay Spungin

Publisher: American Foundation for the Blind

ISBN: 9780891288947

Category: Education

Page: 117

View: 1952

This easy-to-understand guide explains the role of paraeducators (sometimes called classroom aides, teaching assistants, or paraprofessionals) in working with students who are visually impaired and assisting other members of the educational team. When You Have a Visually Impaired Student in Your Classroom: A Guide for Paraeducators provides basic information about visual impairment, the learning needs of visually impaired students, and the special devices and materials they use. Includes easy-to-use forms to help organize information and tasks.

What Is Braille?

Author: Deborah Kent

Publisher: Enslow Publishing, LLC

ISBN: 1464610622

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 48

View: 9085

Many people who are blind learn Braille in order to read. This innovative code allows them to read everything from popular books to maps and signs as well as write their own books? Readers will learn the history of Braille, how it has developed, and how it is used by some young people featured in this book.

Instructional Strategies for Braille Literacy

Author: American Foundation for the Blind

Publisher: American Foundation for the Blind

ISBN: 9780891289364

Category: Education

Page: 457

View: 1359

This award-winning handbook gives teachers specific strategies and methodologies for teaching braille. It offers in-depth information on techniques for working with children at all levels of learning, with congenital or adventitious visual impairments, those with additional disabilities, and students who are just learning English. It also contains information on assessment and technology, as well as convenient assessment forms. Instructional Strategies offers a wealth of information and practical tips for new practitioners and seasoned professionals alike

Das Buch Mormon

Author: Joseph Smith

Publisher: Рипол Классик

ISBN: 5883931774

Category: History

Page: N.A

View: 6653

Perkins Activity and Resource Guide - Chapter 4: Functional Academics

Author: Mary Jane Clark

Publisher: Perkins School for the Blind

ISBN: 0988171341

Category: Education

Page: 67

View: 3915

This chapter is designed to address the needs of individuals with visual and multiple disabilities who may not be able to follow all parts of a traditional academic curriculum. As educators, our primary goal should be to provide students with skills that will be of use throughout their lives. Skill acquisition often takes longer for students with multiple disabilities, and they are not always able to generalize them into other settings. For this reason it is important to identify skills that will help prepare students to lead the most independent lives possible and to provide many opportunities to practice them.

Disability Across the Developmental Life Span

For the Rehabilitation Counselor

Author: Julie Smart, PhD

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 0826107354

Category: Social Science

Page: 534

View: 6418

This is the only text to provide comprehensive coverage of human growth and development, a requirement mandated by the Council of Rehabilitation Education (CORE) for a master's degree in rehabilitation counseling and for Licensed Professional Counselor certification. Written by an eminent leader in the field of disability studies, this book reflects a significant change in perceptions of individuals with disabilities from being defined foremost by their disability to being viewed as normal individuals with a disability. It provides an understanding of traditional human growth and development that will enhance the practice of disability counseling by enabling an understanding of a client's childhood and prior life experiences. The book begins with a focus on developmental theories and tasks, followed by a discussion of cultural and ethical considerations in human development. It considers the major theories of human development as they relate to people with and without disabilities, and career theories with a focus on the concept of choice. The book addresses specific developmental stages including a description of developmental tasks, risks, disability applications, specific disabilities common to a particular stage, and cultural and ethical issues, all supported by case examples. Key Features: Fulfills the required CORE mandated course on human growth and development and the disability experience Addresses disability across the lifespan in relation to developmental stages Authored by highly a respected expert in disability studies

Helen Keller

A New Vision

Author: Tamara Hollingsworth

Publisher: Teacher Created Materials

ISBN: 9781433348631

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 48

View: 8390

Young readers will discover how a young girl, trapped in silence and darkness, learns to love the world with the help of her mentor, Annie Sullivan.

Touch the Top of the World

A Blind Man's Journey to Climb Farther than the Eye Can See: My Story

Author: Erik Weihenmayer

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9781101191880

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 352

View: 4339

The incredible bestselling book from the author of No Barriers and The Adversity Advantage Erik Weihenmayer was born with retinoscheses, a degenerative eye disorder that would leave him blind by the age of thirteen. But Erik was determined to rise above this devastating disability and lead a fulfilling and exciting life. In this poignant and inspiring memoir, he shares his struggle to push past the limits imposed on him by his visual impairment-and by a seeing world. He speaks movingly of the role his family played in his battle to break through the barriers of blindness: the mother who prayed for the miracle that would restore her son's sight and the father who encouraged him to strive for that distant mountaintop. And he tells the story of his dream to climb the world's Seven Summits, and how he is turning that dream into astonishing reality (something fewer than a hundred mountaineers have done). From the snow-capped summit of McKinley to the towering peaks of Aconcagua and Kilimanjaro to the ultimate challenge, Mount Everest, this is a story about daring to dream in the face of impossible odds. It is about finding the courage to reach for that ultimate summit, and transforming your life into something truly miraculous. "An inspiration to other blind people and plenty of us folks who can see just fine."—Jon Krakauer, New York Times bestselling author of Into Thin Air From the Trade Paperback edition.

Braille Literacy

A Functional Approach

Author: Diane P. Wormsley

Publisher: American Foundation for the Blind

ISBN: 9780891288763

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 124

View: 4680

Teachers whose students are challenged by learning braille will welcome this innovative, step-by-step guide. Whether students' learning problems stem from additional physical or cognitive disabilities, the inability to speak English well, or difficulty in making the transition from print to braille, this resource will help you help them. Equally effective for teaching braille reading and writing to children or adults, Braille Literacy uses a functional approach based on concepts and vocabulary that have meaning and utility to the student. Key areas discussed include creating braille-rich environments, selecting and teaching key words, teaching tactile perception skills, encouraging writing skills, creating stories, and keeping records. Other sections focus on ways to reach special groups, such as learners with mild to moderate cognitive impairments, severe to profound cognitive impairments, or multiple physical and cognitive impairments. Sample forms help you put the program into action.

Heroes of America

Second Grade Social Science Lesson, Activities, Discussion Questions and Quizzes

Author: Terri Raymond

Publisher: HomeSchool Brew Press

ISBN: 1629174009

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 45

View: 8774

If your child is struggling with social science, then this book is for you; the short book covers the topic and also contains 10 discussion questions, 10 activities, and 20 quiz style questions. This subject comes from the book “Second Grade Social Science (For Homeschool or Extra Practice)”; it more thoroughly covers more Second grade topics to help your child get a better understanding of second grade social science. If you purchased that book, or plan to purchase that book, do not purchase this, as the activities are the same.