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Pedagogy of learning
Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders often have difficulties communicating, such as social interactions, social cognition, pragmatics, and language processing. A number of effective instructional strategies and methods have been used for teaching these children who need extra attention. This paper focuses on physical education teachers' perceptions of using role-playing approach as a teaching strategy to help children who are diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders to increase socialdoi:10.46704/pol.2020.v06i01.001 fatcat:3pipth4qx5cnhd76q4iawvdkze