What Is Braille?

Author: Deborah Kent

Publisher: Enslow Publishing, LLC

ISBN: 9780766037700

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 48

View: 8751

"Discusses the history of Braille and how the blind community uses it in everyday life"--

Instructional Strategies for Braille Literacy

Author: American Foundation for the Blind

Publisher: American Foundation for the Blind

ISBN: 9780891289364

Category: Education

Page: 457

View: 8850

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

Braille Literacy

A Functional Approach

Author: Diane P. Wormsley

Publisher: American Foundation for the Blind

ISBN: 9780891288763

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 124

View: 5866

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.

I is for Idea

An Inventions Alphabet

Author: Marcia Schonberg

Publisher: Sleeping Bear Press

ISBN: 1627536396

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 40

View: 7199

For every budding scientist who would like to think beyond the smoking volcano, diorama, and colored graphs of the typical school science fair. I is for Idea explores the development of bicycles, zippers, toilets, computers, and many other inventions that we now take for granted in our daily lives. Readers will learn about the inventors and the genesis behind these ever-present and useful items. Curious kids will find plenty of inspiration as they discover the answers to their continuous questions. What is the basis for the phrase "the real McCoy"? What actually is the mother of invention? What kitchen appliance was developed after a scientist's candy bar suddenly melted? Author Marcia Schonberg lives north of Columbus, Ohio. She is the author of more than a dozen books, including B is for Buckeye: An Ohio Alphabet. Illustrator Kandy Radzinski's first book with Sleeping Bear Press, S is for Sooner: An Oklahoma Alphabet, was the Oklahoma Center for the Book Best Illustrated Book 2004. She lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Das Buch Mormon

Author: Joseph Smith

Publisher: Рипол Классик

ISBN: 5883931774

Category: History

Page: N.A

View: 4822


Wie ich dich sehe

Author: Eric Lindstrom

Publisher: Carlsen

ISBN: 3646928689

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 240

View: 976

»Ich bin wie du mit geschlossenen Augen, nur schlauer!« Das ist Parkers Credo, und sie hat strenge Regeln aufgestellt, wie sie behandelt werden will. Seit der Trennung von ihrem Freund Scott und dem Tod ihres Vaters verlässt sie sich nur noch auf sich selbst. Für jeden Tag, an dem sie nicht heult, gibt sie sich einen Goldstern. Sie trainiert fürs Laufteam – okay, sie ist blind, aber ihre Beine funktionieren ja. Und sonst hält sie sich die meisten Leute mit Ruppigkeit vom Hals. Bis Scott ihrer Liebe doch noch eine Chance geben will ...

Phlip, the Pill from Pingo

Author: Kaye Fisher

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1479712574

Category: Fiction

Page: 62

View: 375

Phlip (Flip) spelled the way it is, is explained in the story. It is a tale that might be more enjoyable being read aloud. What would you do if you suddenly saw a green creature, rounded and supposedly deaf, in your bedroom reading one of your books? Read to find out Forests reactions, especially when she later finds it can speak and hear because of what? Both are avid readers. In fact Phlip reads at the pace of a computer! Yet he is not a robot, but a Pill from Pingo, a strange creature, not from Mars as Forest thinks first he must be. . .

FCC Record

A Comprehensive Compilation of Decisions, Reports, Public Notices, and Other Documents of the Federal Communications Commission of the United States

Author: United States. Federal Communications Commission

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Telecommunication

Page: N.A

View: 8711


Braille Literacy

Resourcesfor Instruction, Writing Equipment, and Supplies

Author: Freddie L. Peaco

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Blind

Page: 56

View: 5055


Extraordinary Measures

Disability in Music

Author: Joseph N. Straus

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0199831408

Category: Music

Page: 224

View: 5584

Approaching disability as a cultural construction rather than a medical pathology, this book studies the impact of disability and concepts of disability on composers, performers, and listeners with disabilities, as well as on discourse about music and works of music themselves. For composers with disabilities--like Beethoven, Delius, and Schumann--awareness of the disability sharply inflects critical reception. For performers with disabilities--such as Itzhak Perlman and Evelyn Glennie--the performance of disability and the performance of music are deeply intertwined. For listeners with disabilities, extraordinary bodies and minds may give rise to new ways of making sense of music. In the stories that people tell about music, and in the stories that music itself tells, disability has long played a central but unrecognized role. Some of these stories are narratives of overcoming-the triumph of the human spirit over adversity-but others are more nuanced tales of accommodation and acceptance of life with a non-normative body or mind. In all of these ways, music both reflects and constructs disability.

Concept applications

Comprehension

Author: Siegfried Engelmann,Susan Hanner,Phyllis Haddox,Social Research Associates

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780574103352

Category: Reading (Elementary)

Page: N.A

View: 1985


Assets

The ... International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781595932907

Category: Computers and people with disabilities

Page: 304

View: 6616