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Children with autism spectrum disorders learn hidden curriculum only by direct instruction. These real-life based entries spur conversations about the countless “unwritten social rules” that we encounter every day and that can cause confusion
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Apps that Benefit Individuals with DisabilitiesApps that Benefit Individuals with Disabilities
Awesome Note is an innovative note taking application and to-do manager that allow you to combine notes with to-do flexibility. Awesome Note enables you to customize its look with themes the way you want it to be displayed with different folder
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Literacy Year 3/4 New Framework Plan: Spring a – Weeks 1-3 Narrative: Unit 3b stories from other culturesLiteracy Year 3/4 New Framework Plan: Spring a – Weeks 1-3 Narrative: Unit 3b stories from other cultures
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University of cape town department of Student AffairsUniversity of cape town department of Student Affairs
All documentation produced by the Disability Service is available in enlarged text, audio, Braille and e-text on request
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Deployment Demonstration ProgramsDeployment Demonstration Programs
Many of the following programs were recommended by schools and families in military impacted districts – they may or may not have sufficient evidence to show their effectiveness
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Module summaryModule summary
Relate counting to addition and subtraction
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TouchMath Category: Mathematics GradeTouchMath Category: Mathematics Grade
TouchMath was designed so that each individual can learn at his/her unique pace and can increase his/her performance in arithmetic. This approach focuses on adapting its instructional methods to fit the specific needs of the individual
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Review of Practices in Comparable MilitariesReview of Practices in Comparable Militaries
Defence Forces across the globe and for greater recognition of diversity, but progress is yet to be fully evaluated. There is a striking similarity in the themes and recommendations emanating from the different militaries examined
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Literacy Year 3: Summer – Weeks 1-4 Narrative: Unit 3 Adventure and MysteryLiteracy Year 3: Summer – Weeks 1-4 Narrative: Unit 3 Adventure and Mystery
Read Charlie and the Choc factory by Roald Dahl to chn over next 2 weeks during a daily story time outside of literacy lessons. Weeks 3 & 4 of this block build on this story
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Objectives Text/Speaking/Listening Word/SentenceObjectives Text/Speaking/Listening Word/Sentence
You will need one copy of the story Gorilla by Anthony Browne or similar adventure story. The ch should also experience a number of adventure stories outside of lesson time. See bottom of plan for suggestions
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3 Stories set in imaginary worlds3 Stories set in imaginary worlds
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll, the Harry Potter books by j k rowling, Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak, almost any Colin Thompson books, The Chronicles of Narnia by c s lewis
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Literacy Year R/1: Summer b – Weeks 1-3 Narrative: Unit 4a fantasy WorldsLiteracy Year R/1: Summer b – Weeks 1-3 Narrative: Unit 4a fantasy Worlds
These plans run alongside a structured synthetic phonics programme: Code-Breakers, which fits the Rose criteria, available from the English section of Hamilton site
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Year 5/6 Africa: Weeks 6 – 8 Literacy Narrative: Plan 3 African mythsYear 5/6 Africa: Weeks 6 – 8 Literacy Narrative: Plan 3 African myths
This plan links to Theme 1 of the uks2 Africa Topic. Have a range of stories about Anansi available for chn to read during quiet reading sessions. Display a map of Africa to enable chn to locate countries that myths originate from
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Segment 1: aflac summarySegment 1: aflac summary
Aflac to a high spot among most-recognizable ads and brand names. The insurance company is growing quickly as a result of this greater name recognition
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Review of the Sara Communication InitiativeReview of the Sara Communication Initiative
Mabala, Sara researchers and programmers. The final editing of this document was carried out by Rachel Carnegie with inputs by Caroline den Dulk, Programme Communication Officer, unicef-accra and Neill McKee, Senior Technical Advisor
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