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  • "Good morning class. I hope you all had a wonderful weekend and are ready to learn some great things today!" 
  • "The first thing that we are going to do today is identify fruits and vegetables and learn how to make a grocery list. I am going to pair you up for you to do this project. Freddie?"
  • "Yes Ms. Brown?"
  • "You are so great at being able to identifying the fruits and Eddie is great at spelling so you guys will be working together. I want you to go through and work together on your areas of strength and then switch turns when you are halfway through and support each other in working on your weaknesses."
  • "I am good and you?"
  • "Hi, Freddie, how are you today?"
  • "I am, because I get to work with you and get extra help during the project, sometimes I struggle with my spelling but Ms. said you are good at that!"
  • "I’m great, are you excited for this assignment?"
  • "This is going to be fun cause now I can help my mom make a grocery list!"
  • "Okay, get started!"
  • "This first one is a pineapple. Then, grape, apple, and a pear."
  • "Okay."
  • "Okay, let's switch now."
  • "So, B..R..E..A..D?"
  • "This one is bread. Something that helps me is sounding words out. Let’s try it out, b-r-e-a-d-."
  • "Yea, that is perfect! I knew you could do it!"
  • "Okay class everyone back to their seats."
  • "So, B..R..E..A..D?"
  • "Now we are going to go around the class and you are going to tell everyone what you learned."
  • "This one is bread. Something that helps me is sounding words out. Let’s try it out, b-r-e-a-d-."
  • "I learned that making a grocery list is important for life and that I can sound out words to help me spell them."
  • "I learned that sometimes working together can make things go faster and I can help others learn!"
  • There are many ways to build inclusion into your agricultural courses.   Look at how two students work on a plant science activity! 
  • "Hi Freddie! Are you excited about this project?"
  • "Hi Pedro! yes, I am excited. I feel a bit helpless sometimes in the classroom."
  •  "It's okay. Ms. Gonzalez always finds ways to put us in positions allowing us to succeed."
  • "You're right. She encourages me with strategies that have helped me in the past."
  • "That's great!"
  • "Instead of excusing me, she motivates me with strategies I can improve with. Also, it's nice to work in pairs sometimes."
  • "Yes, definitely! We can both use our strengths to work together. Ready to get started?"
  • "Yes."
  • "Here are the seeds and water can."
  • "Okay."
  • "That is very nice of you."
  • "Thank you. You can use the bigger shovel. I'll use the smaller one."
  • "Me too!"
  • "You are doing really well today! I am glad we are partners."
  • "Yes, because I like working outdoors."
  • "Did you enjoy today's activity?"
  • "I like working in the community."
  • "Good. What did you like most?"
  • "Do you think it's helpful to learn more than in the classroom?"
  • "Yes. I feel more included in the community and I like the social interaction."
  • "Activities like this are great if it's an environment you might live, work, learn, or play in the future!"
  • "I like working out here more than the classroom. But I can still learn after high school in an inclusive setting like community college too."
  • "Of course. It's beneficial to students to have a voice in planning their future."
  • Yes. I like that my goals can be based on my preferences, interests and strengths."
  • "True. Your development is important."
  • "Yes, it can begin with me!"
  • "Sure."
  • "That is great, Freddie!" Want to go back inside?"
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