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Arcadia Lesson Plan

Bringing in Technology

Throughout the study of Arcadia, students with disabilities should have the option of using dictation software for writing assignments, text-to-speech software for reading assignments, and any other necessary or useful technological accommodations. Consider utilizing universal design for learning.

In Georgian England and Romanticism on Day One, one or more stations can be computer based, and a SmartBoard can be used to track the group discussion.

In Playing Posh on Day Two, a TV or computer will be needed to play the dialect recording and screen the film clips. In Mad, Bad and Dangerous to Know, a screen will be needed to show the documentary.

A screen will be needed to show a video in ...

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