Beginning With Braille

Author: Anna M Swenson
Publisher: American Foundation for the Blind
ISBN: 9780891283232
Size: 58.96 MB
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This book also includes tips on designing worksheets, introducing braille contractions, teaching the use of the braillewriter, and facilitating the writing process in braille.

Braille For The Sighted

Author: S. Harold Collins
ISBN: 9780931993954
Size: 16.10 MB
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An Introduction to Braille for those who are sighted. Learn the alphabet and numbers to complete a variety of games and activities.

Foundations Of Braille Literacy

Author: Evelyn J. Rex
Publisher: American Foundation for the Blind
ISBN: 9780891289340
Size: 26.10 MB
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Motivated by such concerns as the limitations of transliterated texts and the
frequent lack of availability, in 1975 APH initiated the development of a beginning
braille reading series, eventually to be called Patterns: The Primary Braille
Reading ... In day school programs, it also implies that there are large blocks of
time in which the blind child is not likely to be included with his sighted peers and
thus may miss out on opportunities to further his or her language-communication
skills and to ...

Louis Braille

Author: C. Michael Mellor
Publisher: National Braille Press
ISBN: 0939173700
Size: 68.17 MB
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Louis Braille: A Touch of Genius is the first ever, full-color biography to include thirty-one of his extant letters, some written by his own hand, and translated into English for the first time.Three great men were born in the early weeks ...

Braille Literacy

Author: Diane P. Wormsley
Publisher: American Foundation for the Blind
ISBN: 9780891288763
Size: 51.28 MB
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Many times teachers want their students to begin using a basal reading series,
such as the Patterns series (Caton, Pester, & Bradley, 1980), which was
developed especially for braille readers, or another commercially available
reading series. But learners who have been using an approach geared to their
own interests may not be as motivated by approaches based on more traditional
basal readers. There are many simple yet motivating books available for sighted
beginning readers.

A Guide To Curriculum Planning For Visually Impaired Students

Author: James G. Wilhelm
Size: 15.74 MB
Format: PDF
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Because braille requires more time to read and takes up much more space than
does print, a contracted form called “grade-2 braille” is often used. This is a series
of dot configurations representing the alphabet, punctuation, and 189
contractions for words, part words, and letter blends. Braille is generally taught to
children beginning at the same time sighted students begin reading print. A
variety of available programs can instruct the blind learner in beginning braille