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Jean Milton
Examples?
Fri Jun 12, 2015 20:38
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What would be an example of an unprompted question? Would it be a question that would be about the student but may relate to the story in some way? Do you know if one type of question provokes a higher level of taxonomic thinking than another? I am also interested in finding out why some students on the spectrum have difficulties with pronouns. I'm not sure I see how that can be the case, but I really would like to see what the research says.

  • Pronouns - Angie Helton, Fri Jun 12 10:24
    I enjoyed the article this week. It was one that I thought has been most useful to me so far. The author talked about how some ASD students have difficulty making the connection of pronouns to the... more
    • RE: Pronouns - Lauren Livingston, Sat Jun 13 09:46
      Many of my students also struggle with pronouns. Pronouns are such an abstract topic that with lack of attention to the text would cause frustration for students with ASD. I like the idea to... more
    • Pronouns - Amanda Wallace, Sat Jun 13 07:14
      I really like this part about pronouns. I never really thought about anyone having trouble relating pronouns. It makes since that students with ASD would need a lesson like this to enforce and relate ... more
    • Examples? - Jean Milton, Fri Jun 12 20:38
      • RE: Examples? - Angie Helton, Fri Jun 12 21:39
        An unprompted question would be more about the student's personal experience that may relate to something in the book, but not the main idea is how I understand it. Your question about provoking a... more
    • Re: Pronouns - hinesjd, Fri Jun 12 17:57
      Nice post. I really liked what you had to say about pronouns and how they relate to comprehension. I find my self very often misusing pronouns in my writing and speaking and then I have to repeat... more
    • even more complex - koppenhaverd, Fri Jun 12 12:56
      Pronoun referents are indeed difficult because they require inferencing. What makes some even harder is the concept of deixis. That words can change meanings depending on who is talking. I am me if I ... more
      • pronouns and dyslexia - macdonaldke, Fri Jun 12 14:55
        This confusing concept of switching pronouns (I think I had to read your comment 3 times to understand it) reminds me of a video we watched in SPE 3300 about some learning disabilities, in which the... more
      • Reply to: even more complex - Angie Helton, Fri Jun 12 13:42
        I totally understand. I think this is why it is important to continue going over 'simple' pronouns. I think this is why it is so interesting to me because of all the different meanings the words can... more
    • Prompted vs Unprompted - McKenzi Davis, Fri Jun 12 10:46
      I thought what you said about prompted vs unprompted questions was interesting. I have never thought about questions in the two various categories. In concern to the two types of questions:... more
      • Personal experience - Angie Helton, Fri Jun 12 11:05
        From what I understood, the unprompted questions will help the student relate the information in the book to a personal experience. I struggled with the same thing, wondering if it could be a... more
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