Teaching Students in Inclusive Settings

Teaching Students in Inclusive Settings

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This book provides information for teachers to use when including students with disabilities in general education schools and classrooms. The book takes a practical approach while being grounded in a sound theoretical base. This book provides theory with a lot of practical qhow toq information, focuses on methods for students with mild, moderate and severe disabilities at all grade levels, and contains examples that are based on real-life applications of how educators from all disciplines have used these methods. In addition, the book includes vignettes that enhance understanding of concepts by providing examples.The planning conference for Darrell is conducted to plan for his eighth grade school year. ... Each member of the planning group have completed a Planning Profile Worksheet. ... usage, grammar punctuation, capitalization, size, spacing Reads 4th grade independent Uses context clues Listening comprehension Verbalizesanbsp;...


Title:Teaching Students in Inclusive Settings
Author: Dianne F. Bradley
Publisher:Allyn & Bacon - 1997
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