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Angie Helton
Reply to: Emergent Literacy for Children with ASD
Thu Jun 4, 2015 22:47
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I can't remember the video, maybe it was the lecture, but I thought it was cool how the students from different cultures/countries learned their 'style' of writing. Although the scribble marks on the page didn't actually say anything, the students were able to interpret what they wrote. It was neat to see the different styles.
I also think that much of a child's learning comes from modeling. Most children are eager to do what someone else is doing so they attempt to perform the same actions in order to achieve their goal.

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