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  • 1. Please note this Digitised Material is reserved for students on:Course Module: CPD4531If you are not registered for this course, do not proceed any further.Copyright NoticeStaff and students of Edge Hill are reminded that copyright subsists in this extractand the work from which it was taken. This Digital Copy has been made under theterms of a CLA license which allows you to:o access and download a copy;o print out one copy;This Digital Copy and any digital or printed copy supp to or made by you under theterms of this License are for use in connection with this Course of Study. You may retainsuch copies after the end of the course, but strictly for your own personal use.All copies (including electronic copies) shall include this Copyright Notice and shall bedestroyed and/or deleted if and when required by Edge Hill.Except as provided for by copyright law, no further copying, storage or distribution(including by e-mail) is permitted without the consent of the copyright holder. The author(which term includes artists and other visual creators) has moral rights in the work andneither staff nor students may cause, or permit, the distortion, mutilation or othermodification of the work, or any other derogatory treatment of it, which would beprejudicial to the honour or reputation of the author.Plagiarism and Dishonest PracticePlagiarism is attempting to pass off work as one’s own which is not one’s own. It includesthe representation of work, written or otherwise, of any other person, including anotherstudent or any institution as the candidates own. Pla and dishonest practices willbe dealt severely according to the policy of Edge Hill University.Course of Study: CPD4531Author(s) of Chapter/Article: P WestwoodTitle of Chapter/Article: Adapting curriculum and instructionTitle of Publication: The RoutledgeFalmer Reader in Inclusive EducationPage Number From: 147Page Number To: 159Publisher: RoutledgeFalmerName of Designated Person authorising scanning: Mandy Phillips26/03/2010

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