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Rebecca McVey
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Sat Jun 6, 2015 22:57
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I love so many aspects of your lesson plan. Every student is thoroughly described allowing a substitute to know exactly what to expect. I will say that some terminology may be hard to understand for people who aren't extremely experienced in ASD. Going further through your plan, I found it to be very detailed and specific. I like how you wrote specific things for the teacher to say and questions to ask. I feel like plans for subs often lack these aspects. Overall, great work. This is a lesson I can see myself adapting for a classroom on the adapted curriculum!

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