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Nicholas Flippen
RE: ASD Reading Instruction
Sat Jun 13, 2015 19:43

I think that keeping student's interests and strengths in mind is necessary for all students, but especially so for students with ASD. Students with ASD do struggle when it comes to reading comprehension. Being able to hone in on their strengths and interests is a great way to build up their weaknesses. Giving a student who loves ocean life a couple of stories about marine biology is a great way to hone in on something you know they will work extra hard to comprehend. After this, you can help them generalize their comprehension skills to all readings.

  • ASD Reading Instruction - Chelsea King, Sat Jun 13 16:08
    Upon watching the video that was assigned to me this week I discovered that one strength of children with ASD in relation to reading instruction is word identification. I was able to relate this back ... more
    • ASD Reading Instruction - Rebecca McVey, Sat Jun 13 22:12
      I really found myself thinking about the statement you made in the first sentence for quite a bit. I feel like students with ASD excel in word identification as it typically has very concrete rules... more
    • Re: ASD Reading Instruction - Anonymous, Sat Jun 13 22:06
      I really thought about your first sentence for quite a while. I feel like children with ASD find a strength in words identification because it is so concrete. There are pretty strict phonics rules,... more
    • RE: ASD Reading Instruction - Nicholas Flippen, Sat Jun 13 19:43
    • Reply to Chelsea King - Ali Carr, Sat Jun 13 18:04
      I think that you are so right about determining specific strengths and interests for students, this way as a teacher you are able to relate to each student and teach them in the way that best suits... more
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