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Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Emergent Literacy K-12: MEville to WEville

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The first K-12 research-based emergent literacy and communication program designed for students with significant disabilities.

MEville to WEville Complete Collection lessons provide instruction and experience in reading, writing, speaking, and listening.

The program introduces literacy strategies including interaction with text for learning concepts of print skills. Vocabulary is taught through relevant hands-on experiences and practice. The program comes integrated with assistive technology solutions including the QuickTalker7 and Bookworm.
Equals Pre-K lesson

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