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|Other Titles:||Impacts on Teaching Photo Stories to Understand Self-Growth Process for Children with Autism|
National Taiwan Normal University Special Education Center
This study focused on the feasibility of photo stories applied to teaching activities for children with autism. The participants were two students with autism in anelementary school. The teaching content was based on the child's growth stories shown on his photos including the information of people, events, time, and places. The instructional design, teaching approach, and students' learning results were described. The results showed that teaching photo stories could help children with autism understand themselves. Learning motivation and concentration as well as the abilities of reading comprehension and oral expression were increased in this study.
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