Don't "diss" my Ability - reading comprehension activities for "Susan Laughs"

Don't "diss" my Ability - reading comprehension activities
Don't "diss" my Ability - reading comprehension activities
Don't "diss" my Ability - reading comprehension activities
Don't "diss" my Ability - reading comprehension activities
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"Susan Laughs" is a picture book about a girl with a disability and all the wonderful things that she does, regardless of her disability. This resource includes reading comprehension activities for before and after reading the picture book, "Susan Laughs", with a focus on valuing individual differences and strengths.

This resource focuses on "ability" rather than "disability". It includes graphic organisers and bookmarks for the 4H reading strategy - Here, Hidden, Head and Heart questions. The resource supports concepts of disability, ability, individual differences and strengths and the acceptance of difference.

This resource is for personal/classroom use only and is not to be distributed further. Multiple licenses are now available at TpT for half price. No sharing of this product is permitted through internet groups/blogs, offline groups, school district or regional websites/servers,discussion lists, school websites/servers, or personal websites.
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Don't "diss" my Ability - reading comprehension activities
Don't "diss" my Ability - reading comprehension activities
Don't "diss" my Ability - reading comprehension activities
Don't "diss" my Ability - reading comprehension activities