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Kelsie Fender
RE: Emergent Literacy
Fri Jun 5, 2015 22:02

Hi! I also have very little experience with students with ASD, and I agree that this has been an eye opening experience so far! I believe to keep students engaged we must give them plenty of hands-on learning experience such as writing, and reading with their teacher and peers through echo reading and choir reading. During this module, I mostly took away that students need to be able to participate in activity that gives them a greater understanding of what they are learning.

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