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Guidelines for Teachers - Middle/Secondary School
For teachers who have a student with Down syndrome, it provides an overview of the difficulties encountered by a student with Down Syndrome in accessing the Secondary curriculum.
This publication has been produced by the Down Syndrome Society of South Australia Inc in 1999. It is written for teachers who have a student with Down syndrome in their class, it provides a general overview of the difficulties usually encountered by a student with Down Syndrome in accessing the Secondary curriculum. There is a section for each subject teacher.
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