The September Surprise: A Story Helping Kids Understand Autism and Co-Teaching

The September Surprise A Story Helping Kids Understand Autism and Co Teaching Although Katie Clawson s summer vacation is winding down she looks forward to going back to school and becoming a fifth grader Then just days before Labor Day a letter arrives with news that fills

  • Title: The September Surprise: A Story Helping Kids Understand Autism and Co-Teaching
  • Author: Ryan R. Ennis
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  • Page: 382
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  • Although Katie Clawson s summer vacation is winding down, she looks forward to going back to school and becoming a fifth grader Then, just days before Labor Day, a letter arrives with news that fills her mind with worry She learns her class will be noticeably different from her best friend Melissa s But being different can be good, as Katie discovers The changes at ParAlthough Katie Clawson s summer vacation is winding down, she looks forward to going back to school and becoming a fifth grader Then, just days before Labor Day, a letter arrives with news that fills her mind with worry She learns her class will be noticeably different from her best friend Melissa s But being different can be good, as Katie discovers The changes at Parker Elementary give her opportunities to understand about autism and appreciate her classmates and teachers in new ways Included with the story is a guide containing cooperative reading and communication activities for typical kids and their peers with autism.

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    1. The September Surprise is not a sequel in the strict sense of the word. We do meet some of the same characters sharing the same problems. As the story begins at the end of the summer, Katie is eagerly awaiting a letter from Parker Elementary School informing her who will be her fifth grade teacher. She is hoping that it will be Mr. Sanders or Mr. Greenley. Instead she finds out that her teachers will be last year’s teacher, Mrs, Burnette along with Mr. Appleton. Katie is convinced that she nee [...]


    2. Free read on Kindle. This is more like a third of a story. A child finds out she will have a co-teacher in her classroom this year, and wonders what a co-teacher is all about. She finds out there are special needs children in her class, one of whom she is sitting next to and has a hard time communicating with.Her classmate has autism, and the co-teacher explains how they can communicate better through writing. The child and her new autistic friend communicate with notes and are going to work on [...]


    3. Learn what makes kids with Autism different in some respects !I enjoyed learning about kids with autism that I did not know about. Sure I had heard the phrase and perhaps seen one or two in my lifetime but this sure helped me to understand then better now. Thank you Ryan! I recommend this ebook for young and older kids and adults as well. Because of this new info on autism I feel that this needs a five star rating. I received this ebook for free and have after reading the story, have given it an [...]


    4. A very brilliant and inspiring storyA nice story on autism and how to educate young children on Autism. It also contains a brief guide on what is autism and how care givers, family members and educators can help such kids.


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