[Blindmath] formatting number lines

Rose engs0006 at umn.edu
Wed Apr 25 09:23:05 CDT 2012


Hello,
BANA has just come out with their tactile graphic guidelines and they 
have a good section on number lines. Here is the link if you are interested.

http://www.brailleauthority.org/tg/index.html

Rose E


On 4/25/2012 5:51 AM, Denise Reno wrote:
> most math books in braille continue to the next line, so that is what I
> do!
>
>>>> "Lewicki, Maureen"<mlewicki at bcsd.neric.org>  4/24/2012 3:29 PM>>>
> Sorry, this may be a bit off topic, but I need help. My student is
> learning integers, and the teacher will be using number lines to
> introduce them.
>
> I have the APH number line, so that it can be used and re-used, but how
> will we do the number lines for a braille worksheet?
>
> The number lines are too long for one braille line, so do we do the
> line on paper that is turned 'landscape' style, or do we continue the
> number line on the next  line? My inclination it to continue the number
> line on the second line. If so, what are the labels I should use to
> indicate the line continues? Thanks,
>
> Suggestions, please.M
>
> Maureen Murphy Lewicki
> Maureen Murphy Lewicki
> Teacher of Visually Impaired
> Bethlehem Central Schools
> (518)439-7681
> "When we do the best that we can, we never know what miracle is wrought
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>
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