Braille uses groups of raised dots. Each group of dots represents a different letter. To read braille, people feel the patterns the dots make. They move their fingers across the page. They feel each line of dots.
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Before attending the National Institute for Blind Youth, Louis learned by listening. Do you prefer reading books yourself or hearing them read aloud?
Have you read a book about another inventor? What did that person create?
Braille made it easier for blind people to read and write. What other inventions help make school accessible for all kinds of students?
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