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Integrated Program for Blind Children

Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired Museum

Silent | c. 1960s

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  •  “Growth Toward Reading Begins at Home” 
  •  “Physical Development: Using Large Muscles, Using Small Muscles” 
  •  “Rich Experiences: Animals, Nature, Trips Near and Far” 
  •  “Auditory Skills: Responding to Vocal and Non-Vocal Sounds, Noticing Pitch, Timbre, Intensity” 
  •  “Language Skills: Sharing Ideas, Increasing Vocabulary, Using Clear Speech” 
  •  “Dramatic Play” 
  •  “Mobility: Freedom, Confidence, Specific Techniques” 
  •  “Building Vocabulary” 
  •  “Experience Charts: Reading by Rote” 
  •  “Matching: Sentences, Objects, Words, Flash Cards” 
  •  “Group Reading Workbook Lessons” 
  •  “Poor Reading Techniques Like These Can Be Improved” 
  •  “Reading for Pleasure: Exploring Library Books, Playing Word Games" 
  •  “Reading for Information: Cafeteria Menu, Calendar” 
  •  “Growing Into Reading is a Broad and Continuous Process” 
 
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This educational film captures a school in Berkeley, California, with an integrated student body of blind and sighted children. The students spend their days with activities from reading to playing music to dancing. The children who are blind use special devices, such as braille books, to facilitate their education. The film itself is divided into subtitles that describe various skills taught to children with visual impairments. These include physical development. auditory and language skills, and reading for pleasure and for information.
TFC
Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired Museum
TSBVI
educational film
TSBVI Educational Films
Austin
Travis County
Emerson School
Berkeley School District
Berkeley
California
Orville J. Sipe, Principal
Sipe, Orville J.
Jeanne Rice Kenmore
Kenmore, Jeanne Rice
Resource Teacher
girl
child
braille
reading
blind
visually handicapped
book
touching
hands
children
kids
students
visually impaired
legally blind
teacher
classroom
school
teaching
education
boy
home
mother
mom
physical development
large muscles
small muscles
playground
recess
dancing
painting
building
playing
General Health
Hearing
Mental Age
“Measures of Mental Ability”
World Book Company
Test Service Notebook
Rich Experiences
Animals
Nature
Trips Near and Far
turtle
pet
snake
reptile
nest
dairy farms
auditory sounds
vocal
non-vocal
pitch
timbre
intensity
listening
music
orchestra
string instruments
drum
horn
trombone
record
language skills
ideas
vocabulary
clear speech
typing
typewriters
writing
dramatic play
dancing
jumping
rolling
language skills
sharing ideas
increasing vocabulary
using clear speech
toys
costumes
dress-up
mobility
freedom
confidence
specific techniques
playground
courtyard
introduction to braille
name on possessions
labels on objects
Building Vocabulary
same
different
big
little
stuffed animal
staircase
experience charts
reading by rote
braille
braille book
matching
sentences
objects
words
flash cards
group reading
workbook lessons
reading for pleasure
library books
word games
library
reading for information
cafeteria menu
calendar
blindness
visual handicap
visually handicapped
visual disability
visual impairment
handicap
disability