Use this worksheet with students to teach them about their civil rights and rights to access in the workplace, at college, and in the community. What accommodations do they feel they need to be fully
... engaged as a member of a community?
Once specific skills have been taught and practiced with support, topic centered activities are a good way to review previouSZy taught steps and demonstrate mastery over time and in different situatio
...ns. Advocacy instruction is not a onetime ‘teach and it’s done’ type of lesson. Incorporating advocacy instruction within daily routine and through topics of interest will promote retention and used of learned skills.
This bundle of teacher information, worksheets, and activities include a range of advocacy topics from college preparation, to living indpendently. Students will acquire new vocabulary, use critical
...thinking skills to solve problems, opportunities for self-discovery and discussion, and above all learn the who, what, when, how, and why of self-advocacy. Though some activities can be modified for upper elementary, most activities are for intermediate to advanced learners. 41 pages. Collected IDs in the BUNDLE: S0XHLU0740, S0XHLU0741, S0XHLU0742, S0XADV0743, S0XSOC0744, S0XSM0745, S0XADV0748.
Making predictions and preparing for circumstances makes life so much easier. Help students understand how to manage time, problem-solve, and plan for their day with these ideas for activities and for
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