Category: Manual for Teaching Braille

New Programmed Instruction In Braille

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New Programmed Instruction in Braille, Third Edition, by Ashcroft, Sanford, and Koenig, is a manual for teaching braille designed for use by teachers of individuals who are blind or have low vision. This print textbook with ink-printed braille includes thirteen units plus ready reference appendices designed to lead to proficiency in reading and writing literary braille for sighted persons. Contents include contracted and uncontracted braille, basic braille formats for instructional materials, electronic addresses, computer braille symbols with their QWERTY keyboard counterparts, and the Nemeth code of braille mathematics. Instruction is programmed with current Braille Authority of North America rules integrated, cross referenced and summarized throughout. Exercises and tests are provided with answer keys. This 450-page, softcover book opens flat. OPTIONS: Instructor's manual and a Companion Reader with correlated chapter readings in tactile braille. DIMENSIONS: 8.5 x 11 inches.


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