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Autism and Reading Comprehension: Ready-to-use Lessons for Teachers Paperback – March 30, 2011
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This book is packed with practical, easy-to-use material. It is also an unbelievable value. The author is a teacher who had to figure these things out on his own, without the benefit of excellent materials like this book. He created this material, test-drove it in his classroom, adapting and fine tuning it until it was ready to be shared. He wrote it to make teaching reading to a child with autism easier for you and for the child. Highly recommended for every teacher of children with autism. Five stars out of five. ―Special Needs Almanac
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Joseph Porter earned a masters degree in Special Education as well as credentials in general education. He is currently a special education teacher at an inner-city elementary school in Los Angeles, where he teaches children with autism exclusively.
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My only complaint, which it why I knocked it down a star (and a half) is that the worksheets had a LOT of typos in them. One of the worksheets says "the brown rabbit has long ears. The yellow rabbit can hop." There's only one rabbit pictured on the worksheet. It looks as though the worksheets were rushed and not thoroughly edited. I had to cross out the second color and that messed up the flow, so my students, who have a very hard time paying attention to details and don't fully comprehend what they are reading anyway, would miss the second rabbit in the sentence and think it was totally fine. (This only happens when you are printing from the disk. The worksheets IN the book are fill-in-the-blank.)
Overall, I LOVE the concept, the lessons were perfectly straightforward and worked well when I had subs in the classroom. It's a great addition to your reading curriculum when trying to get the students to really pay attention to details and not just memorize the books.