In this self-contained lower elementary classroom, the teacher reads a book and asks students to identify the story elements, specifically the problem in the story. The teacher uses an anchor chart as a visual aide to support student learning. Students use different modes of communication. While one student is responding orally to the teacher's question, another student is using a communication board to communicate her thoughts with the other adult in the group. The video demonstrates effective strategies for engaging students with significant cognitive disabilities in literacy instruction.