Paths to Literacy

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APH Braille/Print Protractor Videos

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APH Braille/Print Protractor: Part I - Introduction, by Susan Osterhaus, Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired.  This is the first of 15 parts.  The other parts are:

  • Part 2, Features
  • Part 3, How to use one in a textbook with binding
  • Part 4, A teacher's guide
  • Part 5, Drawing a print 90° angle
  • Part 6, Drawing a print 90° angle
  • Part 7, Drawing a small print angle
  • Part 8, Drawing a small print angle
  • Part 9, Labeling tactile angles made on a Sewell board
  • Part 10, Drawing a small tactile angle
  • Part 11, Drawing tactile angles on the APH Draftsman
  • Part 12, Labeling tactile angles drawn on the APH Draftsman
  • Part 13, Measuring the angles of 2-D Manipulatives
  • Part 14, with the APH Geometry Tactile Graphics Kit
  • Part 15, Measuring tactile angles on paper
 
Posted on February 21, 2012
Updated on: January 30, 2019