MEville to WEville
MEville to WEville is a research-based K-12 emergent literacy and communication program. The program was developed for students with severe disabilities who need a starting place to develop emerging literacy skills, including reading, writing, speaking, and listening. In addition, lessons include strategies and practices taught in general education literacy classrooms, so students are engaging in similar types of literacy activities as their peers presented at their level of understanding.
- MEville to WEville curriculum teachers guide with over 200 lessons.
- 45 pre-printed vocabulary cards.
- 3 elementary-themed books and 3 secondary-themed books uniquely written to support vocabulary and lessons.
- All 6 companion books provide rich text and opportunities for discussion about topics such as friendship, family support, differences, learning to cope with feelings, working together, and many more.
- QuickTalker communication device with overlays for every lesson.
- TalkingBrix, a quick-ready communication device for reading and matching words, matching letter sounds and rhyming words, and sounding out words.
- Hitch 2.0, a computer switch interface, for access to the themed books on a computer or interactive whiteboard.
- 2 Jelly Bean switches for use with the Hitch.
- Action Dictionary, a resource guide for differentiation based on student actions within the lessons.
Online Members: Only website available 24/7 with access to educator resources including:
- Assessments: communication, writing, vocabulary, letter names/sounds, concepts of print, lesson objectives, lesson reproducibles, concept of print lesson activities.
- Initial letter and rhyming lessons, linked to MEville to WEville vocabulary.
- QuickTalker 7 overlays for every lesson so students can take turns commenting, answering a question, or read a word specific to the lesson activity.
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