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Old 12-07-2017, 04:33 PM
 
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Kahluablast - understand where you're coming from! As a sped teacher, I wouldn't expect you to give multiple spelling tests, or even come up with a separate, even modified, spelling list if the child were receiving 100% of their ELA instruction from me... it wouldn't be at all appropriate and would likely overload/frustrate the student! I'd rather give the spelling list I'd chosen for that student to work on within your classroom if they had to be mainstreamed during that time (though again, I'm still confused as to why a student who seems to have such a severe disability is being mainstreamed during a core content period...?), and most likely using word work I already use in my classroom. I think you have some great ideas as far assistive technology for this student as well.

You sound like a thoughtful, collaborative gen. ed teacher to work with


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