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Using a Systematic Pattern to Wipe a Table

Tips to teach individuals who are blind or visually impaired to use a systematic pattern to wipe a table

Individuals with visual impairments use systematic patterns to complete tasks thoroughly. This video demonstrates how to wash a rectangular table using a bottom/top pattern.  Students can practice using task analysis in a procedural writing activity, as well as following written directions. All students needs these skills and they are a great way to build skills in ILS (Independent Living Skills) and Literacy.

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grocery shopping

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