Dec 23, 2019

Teach a Skill

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# Use visuals to help the process. If the student sees the materials with their own eyes, the student might have a completely different outlook on it.[[Image:Teach a Blind or Visually Impaired Student Step 1.jpg|center]]
 
# Use visuals to help the process. If the student sees the materials with their own eyes, the student might have a completely different outlook on it.[[Image:Teach a Blind or Visually Impaired Student Step 1.jpg|center]]
 
#* Make sure to explain the visual and how it corresponds with the learned materials.
 
#* Make sure to explain the visual and how it corresponds with the learned materials.
#[[Image:Participate in Class Step 12 Version 2.jpg|center]] Allow them to ask if they need more explanation. Don't frown if they interrupt instead, just let them know how you'd really like them to clarify their doubts.
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# Allow them to ask if they need more explanation. Don't frown if they interrupt instead, just let them know how you'd really like them to clarify their doubts.[[Image:Participate in Class Step 12 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#* Ask them to make a note if they have a question while you are explaining something important.
 
#* Ask them to make a note if they have a question while you are explaining something important.
 
#* Tell them to raise their arm up if you don't mind being interrupted right then.
 
#* Tell them to raise their arm up if you don't mind being interrupted right then.


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