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Lesson 4: Creating Quick and Efficient Tactile Graphics

This lesson is designed to help teachers of students with visual impairments, paraprofessionals and others learn about creating quick and efficient tactile graphics.

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There are three additional videos for Lesson 4 that you may chose to watch if the topics they cover are not familiar to you. They are:

If you are a print reader, there are no activities for Lesson 4 that have an accompanying braille file.

 

QuickTac Video

Preparing a Tactile Graphic for the Tiger

APH Tactile Graphic Image Library

 

Handouts

  • Decision Tree  PDF  Word
  • Tactile Graphic Planning Sheet  PDF  Word
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