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Product Information Learning to Work: A Collection of Stories About Life and Work Book

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This book (that comes with a CD) introduces people to a variety of jobs such as working in a medical facility, a garden center, and a fast food restaurant. There are activities included to encourage people to talk about their own experiences and aspirations. Here are a few excerpts taken from the producer's description:

-"Provides engaging and age-appropriate reading material for adolescents and young adults who do not read conventionally. The 18 photo-illustrated stories intended to be read with a partner- a same-age peer who is reading at grade level, a teacher or a parent."

-"A comprehensive Instructor's Guide is included as a PDF on the CD. The Guide describes the research-based framework and features additional activity pages."

This information was copied on 5/9/12 from www.disabilitytraining.com/product-info.php?Learning_to_Work_A_Collection_of_Stories_About_Life_and_Work_BOOK-pid988.html
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