Illinois Braille Series, Book 2, Beginning Contracted Braille Revised
This popular braille course for adults now has improved braille formatting and includes colorful new covers!
The Illinois Braille Series is a classic program for teaching literary braille to former print readers. It includes raised print letters, braille, tracking guides, practice activities, writing drills, and an interesting variety of reading selections. This 3-volume set progresses from uncontracted to contracted braille in 50 lessons.
While the content of the Illinois Braille Series has not changed, the format in Books I and II has been adjusted to better accommodate the beginning braille reader.
Book I Covers:
• Braille alphabet
• Braille numbers
• Basic punctuation symbols.
Format Improvements: Book I is now produced in standard-sized braille rather than enlarged (jumbo) braille. Guidelines and double spacing have been added to assist the learner.
Books II and III Cover:
• Contractions and additional symbols, which comprise standard English Braille American Edition (EBAE).
Format Improvements: Book II provides special formatting to aid development of efficient hand movement.
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- Illinois Braille Committee of 1992
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- Illinois Braille Committee
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