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Inclusive Stories: Teaching About Disabilities With Picture Books

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Grades 9 – 12
Lesson Plan Type Unit
Estimated Time Eight 50-minute sessions, at minimum
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Krista Sherman

Mason, Michigan


International Literacy Association


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Jennie Vega

November 19, 2010

Hi, I am a Teacher to be--a Sub. I am impressed with your Lesson Plan on Teaching on Disabilities With Picture Books: I am working on a paper about teaching a diverse population for my class, which I naturally chose High School Students with Disabilities, because I am in process of taking my SE EC-12 Texas certification, and want to use your lesson plan for my paper for a samle, and I also must include assessments; How do I implement assessments for this lesson Plan? Thanks you very much! I enjoyed viewing the entire lesson plan information....Jennie vega, Keller, Texas ( By DFW Airport)



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