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Frey-Doering, Kathy; Zanella Albright, Kathy A. / How to teach: chronological age-appropriate activities for school aged moderately and severely handicapped students
(1982)

[School],   pp. [281]-[293]


Page [281]

 
                                      Instructional Techniques 
                  The following techniques have been found to be successful
in teaching 
             students new skills: 
        *                        Role Playing 
                                 Simulation 
                                 In-class preparation 
                                 Actual experience 
        I                        Follow-up Activities 
                  These methods of presentation are enthusiastic and dramatic,
catching the 
             interest of the students. It also makes learning fun! 
                  Role playing is a very effective instructional tool. Students
simulatea 
             variety of community experiences 'in the classroom, thus providing
them with a 
   I         opportunity to practice the sequence and to rev iew problem
areas. 
                  Role playing and simulation were also effectively combined
with 
             videotaping. By videotaping a situation students are reinforced
by -their 
   3 ~positive performances and are able to see where they.made mistakes
and verbally 
             state how to correct their mistakes. 
    3             Videotaping has also been used as an effective tool in-
the communi ty. Al- 
             though usage is limited, it does provide students with excellent
feedback. 
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