This fourth and last course in the Unified English Braille program is designed for the student to learn advanced code techniques in Unified English Braille as it is applied to a variety of less common and irregular print forms, concepts, and formats encountered in classroom braille reading and writing. Topics include the Grade 1 Mode, speech mannerisms, abbreviations, braille symbols, omitted letters, electronic addresses, typeform indicators, credit lines, foreign words, reference symbols, poetry, algebraic equations, sub/superscript math indicators, chemical formulas, square roots, radicals, and omission marks.
Successful completion of Braille Level 3.
Acquired Braille Equivalency Chart: Please review the Braille equivalency chart for accepted equivalent courses from other institutions.
Applies Towards the Following Certificates
- Certificate of Unified English Braille Competence : Unified English Braille Competence