More than half of students from low‑income households
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Reaching Reading Readiness for Children with Autism
My students need these Reading materials to meet their social and academic educational goals.
Sitting at a desk listening to a teacher's lecture just doesn't work for all students. Using these resources will promote success in reading and relationships with peers.
"Through these doors walk the best children in the world." This motto hangs over the door of my school, and never have truer words been written.
My school is a public school that houses the SAIL program for the city, SAIL meaning "School for Autistically Impaired Learners." Having the children who have various Autism Spectrum disorders in our building has truly made us special. The diversity in my school has been wonderful for all teachers and students involved. My classroom consists of 20 children, 4 of whom are SAIL students. The inclusion setting for these children warrants great success for them both academically and socially. Working with their peers is so beneficial. The acceptance of these children by all children is what really makes our building shine. As I go throughout my day I am eagerly looking for opportunities for the students to work in small groups, peer guided and controlled. This benefits all students.
Children with Autism in inclusion classrooms need opportunities to not only grow academically but socially as well. These materials will assure that growth. The students will enhance their peer relations and improve their comprehension and writing skills.
Cooperative games and learning centers benefit diverse learners.
The Autistic children in my class deserve the materials that support this. These games and centers will promote academic and social success in the classroom for all students.
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