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brigmanhd
Reply to Nicholas
Sat Jun 6, 2015 15:43
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That's an interesting question, I would like to know more about this as well. The emergent writing videos were interesting; I don't consider myself a strong writer so it's a bit intimidating thinking about teaching writing not to mention teaching it to students with ASD. There was a student with ASD in my 4th grade class last semester and he hated to write. He was definitely past the emergent stages but we would modify his work by letting him type some of his assignments. There are definitely modifications that can be made but specific strategies would be beneficial to know.

  • Emergent Writing Videos - Nicholas Flippen, Sat Jun 6 15:32
    Folder A: Emergent Writing I watched the videos under the Emergent Writing folder A. There were several short clips of students learning the early properties of written language. For a lot of the... more
    • Reply to Nicholas - brigmanhd, Sat Jun 6 15:43
      • Making It Meaningful - Allison Powers, Sat Jun 6 22:12
        I agree that making writing meaningful to our students is absolutely crucial. When my group was working on our lesson plan trying to think of a way to make letters, words, and ultimately sentences... more
        • reply to Allison - Ali Carr, Sat Jun 6 23:46
          Writing is crucial and learning how to make it meaningful to students is key when teaching them. I think that especially for students with ASD if we allow them to write about something that interests ... more
        • Reply to Allison - Hunter Hastings, Sat Jun 6 22:18
          I totally agree with this. If we don't make learning meaningful, our students 1. won't remember what we have taught them, and 2. they won't value their learning as much. I think that we not only need ... more
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