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So, I have a question for most. When you do your SPED instruction, whether it is in the classroom with the teacher, or pull out, do you have to (or are you expected) to align your instruction to their instruction per objective, per day for their classroom teacher? (or subject area). This is even if your students are functioning below grade level. So, for example, if the classroom teacher was teaching... let's say, "synonyms", you would be teaching "synonyms" the same day just at your students level of functioning. Anybody actually teach this way? Or maybe, this is the future of SPED? Just thought I would throw this out there :-)