Learner Objectives. Identify the most efficient method of moving the hands in reading brailleIdentify the various braille reading characteristics and their implicationsIndicate which pattern would be best for beginning readersUnderstand how to teach accuracy and proper hand movements simultaneously.
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Teaching Efficient Hand Movements in Braille Reading
Diane P. Wormsley, Ph. D.
Brenda Brodie Endowed Professor
North Carolina Central University
February 22, 2008
Middles, ends or beginnings absent.
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Would this hold for braille reading?
(*examples from Weaver, C., 2002, 91-98)