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Sundeen, Todd H. – Rural Special Education Quarterly, 2014
Students with disabilities often find expressive writing frustrating and difficult. The prospect of writing a well-developed five-paragraph essay can be especially daunting. One reason is that struggling writers may have difficulty conceptualizing how the elements of an effective essay are developed. This article describes an instructional…
Descriptors: Essays, Secondary School Students, Learning Disabilities, Writing Assignments
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Andrews, Jean F.; Jaussi, Kyle – Rural Special Education Quarterly, 1993
A three-year program for deaf-education undergraduate and graduate students in southeast Kentucky incorporates: Appalachian history, culture, and language; deafness and learning strategies; deaf culture and American Sign Language; and mainstreaming competencies. Trainee self-reports on progress through the program are presented. (KS)
Descriptors: Appalachian Studies, Cooperating Teachers, Cultural Differences, Cultural Education