Reference Notes (Revised)

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    This is dealing with reference notes. Seeing as though we can now contract pronunciation, are we required to place a grade 1 indicator on single standing letters within pronunciation? I do not think you should have to, but according to UEB rules, any single letter standing alone other than a, i, and o requires a grade 1 indicator. The <u>e</u> could be miss read for the word <u>every</u>, this is why I do not think contractions should be used in this instance because pronunciation is a tool that teaches the student how to pronounce the word correctly.


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    Yes, you do need a grade 1 indicator on the e standing alone.  The Formats committee argued for uncontracted braille being used in pronunciations, but the rules of UEB prevailed.


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