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Braille Tracking Sheet

braille tracking sheet
Here is a tracking sheet I just created for a student I am working with this summer. The student has a few tracking issues, but knows quite a few contractions. So what I did is create a tracking sheet using the contractions she knows to create sentences across the line.
 
You'll notice I made "errors" as well. For instance, I didn't capitalize the 'i' several times. I want to see if the student can catch the errors as they track across the line. Can you find my other errors? I like to create errors as it helps teach the student proof reading skills and allows them the chance to correct another's work in a nonthreatening environment. Here we can model positive ways of noting errors and model how to react to making an error.

braille tracking sheet


Comments

Wowsers!

Posted by Linda Brown

Sleep?

Posted by Candice

Posted on June 12, 2014
Updated on: February 7, 2018

Previous comments for Braille Tracking Sheet

Candice commented on June 13, 2014

Do you ever sleep? Love your ideas! Keep them coming!!!

Linda Brown commented on June 12, 2014

I have never thought of doing this! I have a kiddo who struggles with the tracking and is all over the page. My kiddo can do contractions in isolation (flashcards), but just can't seem to do lines of braille. Tracking pages are getting old as we've done them all. Thanks for this AWESOME idea!

I love the errors! Especially in the last line! That was a gd one! Keep your ideas coming! I learn so much from you!