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Writing about Reading | Autism Awareness | Temple Grandin

Writing about Reading | Autism Awareness | Temple Grandin
Writing about Reading | Autism Awareness | Temple Grandin
Writing about Reading | Autism Awareness | Temple Grandin
Writing about Reading | Autism Awareness | Temple Grandin
Writing about Reading | Autism Awareness | Temple Grandin
Writing about Reading | Autism Awareness | Temple Grandin
Writing about Reading | Autism Awareness | Temple Grandin
Writing about Reading | Autism Awareness | Temple Grandin
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(4 MB|8 pages)
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Responding to reading with higher level thinking skills is a key goal in all classrooms. Use these writing prompts to help your students respond to the book "The Girl Who Thought in Pictures." Using the skills of connecting, analyzing and evaluating you students will be writing about themes from this book.

The themes include diversity, differences, autism awareness, females in science, setting goals, working hard and so much more! This free set includes four writing prompts based on the book The Girl Who Thought in Pictures. If you haven't read this book yet - it is a must read! You can find more information on this book on the information page inside this packet.

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8 pages
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