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Rebecca McVey
Reply- Navila Castro.
Sat Jun 20, 2015 20:27

A lot of the thoughts conveyed in your post were similar to the thoughts I carried throughout the unit. One of the main things that I took, that was similar to what you expressed, was the idea of individuals with ASD thriving by using unconventional writing methods. I noticed that many of our classmates wondered if the use of unconditional methods was in any way detrimental to students however I feel that if students thrive it is something worthy of perusing. Writing is simply expressing one's thoughts and feelings, using any medium.

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