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Weber, Elmer W.
May 1964
Exceptional Children;May1964, Vol. 30 Issue 9, p436
Academic Journal
The article comments on the creation of a material for teaching the trainable and teaching the educable in the U.S. The author has provided a detailed instruction of the methods and materials that would be valuable for the study. According to the author, a teacher should have knowledge about the parents of mentally retarded children, their characteristics, home, music and speech therapy and other information necessary in teaching mentally retarded children. The study is intended to provide teachers a broad background regarding mentally retarded children.


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