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Lesson 4: Nemeth in a Box for Middle School Students

Lesson 4 for Nemeth in a Box

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Welcome to Lesson 4! You and your student are halfway through Nemeth in a Box, congratulations! We think your student will be excited to play another game of Boggle at the end of this lesson.

What the Student Needs:

The student needs to have a braille copy of the Lesson 4 file and a braillewriter or notetaker to record their answers.

The student will also need the two Boggle game cards. The Boggle Cards are formatted for a 40 cell line.

What the Facilitator Needs:

The facilitator needs the Facilitator Guide for Lesson 4.

Using Lesson 4 with the Student:

If your student is not familiar with coordinate planes and you have a Tiger embosser or a PIAF or other fuser, we have prepared two files that may be helpful to you and your student.

Questions, Comments, or Materials You Create:

If you have questions or comments, please email Dr. Tina Herzberg at herzberg@uscupstate.edu. The Project INSPIRE Team is happy to consider sharing materials you create that expand on the content in Lesson 4. Please send your materials to Dr. Herzberg for consideration.

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