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    It is important for all team members to contribute to the conversation in the IEP meeting. A member that often is overlooked to speak in these meetings is the student. It is important for the student to speak as they need to become their own advocate. How do you prepare a student to become comfortable speaking in front of an intimidating audience? Based on the grade level you are wishing to teach, provide age-appropriate strategies to prepare the student for the IEP meeting.

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    Since students are typically used to giving some sort of oral presentation in junior high, the grade I currently work with, I prepare a student to become comfortable speaking in front of an intimidating audience by practicing, using notecards for visual cues, and performing roleplays as preparation ideas.

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    100 words of tips are given to brainstorm ways to prepare students for Individualized Education Programs (IEPs). One APA reference is included.

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