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Reading Intervention Lesson

Description: 

Using voice-to-text features to complete written assignments.  Students with reading/writing difficulties often struggle with getting their thoughts on paper.  Using a voice-to-text feature allows students to better focus on their thoughts and less on the mechanics of fine motor skills, spacing and spelling.

Learning Targets: 
Students will use the voice-to-text features instead of typing to complete a writing assignment.
Author: 
Laura Harkema
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Common Core Language Arts
Common Core Language Arts: