READ AND REACH THE WHOLE CHILD: USING ADAPTED/CREATED/ENHANCED (ACE) STORIES FOR CONTENT REPRESENTATION

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					READ AND REACH THE WHOLE CHILD: USING ADAPTED/CREATED/ENHANCED (A
Shaila Rao; Elisabeth Barkley
Reading Improvement; 
				
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Description: Reading and writing are academic skills with which students with intellectual disabilities/ cognitive impairments may have great difficulty. Teachers cognizant of ways of representing content to be taught in a comprehensible manner can help children with cognitive impairments and /or children who do not read at grade level due to various reading problems, acquire essential skills for reading such as comprehension, memory, and awareness of language. One way of representing content in a comprehensible manner is using adapted/created/enhanced (ACE) stories. This paper brings together the concept of ACE stories to represent content to help students with cognitive impairments at all ages read and write for survival, understanding or information, and for pleasure. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]
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