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Karley Ingold
Re: Module #1: Literacy in ASD
Thu May 28, 2015 21:35
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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 as educators we will be able to better judge those types of situations but hopefully the remainder of this course will give us some insight on how to spot problems that need extra attention. I think that too often beginning readers focus too much on just the decoding part of reading. This part is important, but its just as important to understand what the words mean or the child is not really reading. Maybe focusing on comprehension as students begin to decode would be beneficial.

  • 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
    • Comprehension Aid Response - lavertyse, Thu May 28 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... more
    • 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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