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        Story Retelling with AAC | English Language Arts Strategies for Students with Cognitive Disabilities

        In this inclusive early elementary classroom, students use augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) devices to retell a story. The teacher has pictures from the story laid out on the floor to aid students in the retelling the story of the Little Red Hen. Each of the students take a turn moving from one picture to the next retelling important information about the characters, setting, and events. One of the students also uses a story-specific communication board that provides symbols that represent the characters, settings, and events in the story. With guidance and support from the teacher and a second adult, the girl uses the board to retell the story. The video demonstrates effective strategies for engaging students with significant cognitive disabilities in literacy instruction.

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