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Comprehension Aid Response
Thu May 28, 2015 18:22

I think that we can use comprehension strategies that we teach typically developing students to teach students with autism as well. I think, like you said, we might need to teach and develop these strategies at different times, but I think they could work. These questions are also ones that I have also. I hope we get to learn more about this as we move through this course. I do think that it will be noticeable if a student is developing accuracy without comprehension or the other way around. Since we are supposed to be constantly assessing student progress, I think this may be able to be monitored.

  • Re: Module #1: Literacy in ASD - luckadooso, Thu May 28 16:20
    One thing that I seemed to notice throughout my reading was the idea that different steps in the reading process develop at different times. In regards to reading accuracy versus reading... more
    • Answering Question about how long you should wait - Jordan Seagraves, Fri May 29 17:12
      I do not think you should wait to see if things catch up...this will only allow the student to: 1) fall behind or 2) not be diagnosed until a later date. If you just waited to see if comprehension... more
    • Re: Module #1: Literacy in ASD - Karley Ingold, Thu May 28 21:35
      I also wonder how long I would need to wait on a student to see if they were struggling but could catch up or if there was an issue beyond just what would be considered normal. I think that with time ... more
    • Comprehension Aid Response - lavertyse, Thu May 28 18:22
    • Comprehension vs. Decoding - luckadooso, Thu May 28 16:21
      Sorry, I posted without a title... this post strand is about comprehension vs. decoding!
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