In my school, we have a lot of Spanish speaking students. Many of my students with autism come from homes where Spanish is the only language spoken. Since my students struggle so much with language processing in general due to having autism, I never want them to be "punished" for responding in Spanish. For most of my bilingual students, answers in any language are counted as correct. I can understand a decent amount of spanish and am lucky enough to have a Spanish speaking aid in my classroom to help me translate as well. However, my assistant who helps run my fluency station, does not speak Spanish.
Saturday, April 13, 2013
Bilingual Flashcard Cheat Sheet!
Posted by Hailey Deloya