Inclusion Literature

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Donna L. Miller is an instructor in education at Aaniiih Nakoda College on the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation. Phi Delta Kappan is a professional writer for magazine. she have influential publication for anyone who cares about K-12 education and features articles about classroom practice, policy, research, professional issues, and innovations in education. The experiences of these two educationists in the publishing and all the influential knowledge they provided show they are reliable sources.
‘Literature Opens Doors for All Children’, is an article written by Donna L. Miller and Phi Delta Kappan. They demonstrate literature may hold one of the keys to helping children build their language and communication skills as well as help the child with autism and those without it to develop social connections with each other. When childhood disorders are frequently discussed whether on media or public, many authors have responded with stories told through the perspective of characters who are differently able and use it as teaching materials to public about all the children should be accepted and equal, no matter who you are. From one of the references uses in the content, Sharon Andrew, an author who says that, “inclusion literature, a powerful tool for helping students without disabilities develop an awareness of and tolerance for those with disabilities” (Miller 17). These perspectives broaden horizons for all readers and help create more environments and health realted place where all children are accepted. Also, by using inclusion literature it can help young people develop awareness and empathy by providing a
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This article delivers a strong messages about how literature can be be used to change the way individual viewing others and the environments, and also promotes positive images of the differently abled, which is a good way to create a great relationship between
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