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Braille reading slide

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  • 1. People often think that braille is a language. Actually there is a braille code for every foreign language you can imagine including French, Spanish, Chinese, Arabic, and even Filipino. There are also braille codes for mathematics, music, and computers.
  • 2. * The braille cell is composed of 6 dots * The braille characters make up the letters of the alphabet, punctuation marks, numbers, and everything else you can write in print.
  • 3. *The letter "a" is written with only dot 1. a
  • 4. d *The letter "d" has dots 1, 4, an d 5.
  • 5. y *The letter "y" has dots 1, 3, 4, 5, and 6.
  • 6. *When all six dots are used, the character is called a "full cell."
  • 7. a b c
  • 8. d e f
  • 9. g h i
  • 10. j lk
  • 11. m n o
  • 12. qp r
  • 13. s t u
  • 14. v w x
  • 15. y z
  • 16. a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z
  • 17. Let us read!
  • 18. *
  • 19. By: Doremel S. Sadicon, SPET-1 Gloria Central School Gloria District