In this self-contained lower elementary classroom, the teacher reads a portion of a book and asks students to identify the story elements, specifically the solution to a previously identified problem. The teacher sets a purpose: listen to see if you can find the solution. The teacher uses an anchor chart as a visual aide to support student learning. One of the adults in the group is modeling the use of a communication board, while other students are responding orally. The video demonstrates effective strategies for engaging students with significant cognitive disabilities in literacy instruction.