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Practice Does Make Perfect
Fri May 29, 2015 08:59

See I am on the practice makes perfect size. If no one ever practiced anything or did homework, then no one succeed in anything. I believe that self-correction when used correctly can really help a student with ASD. I would not right off the bat discuss their mistake in shame. I would ease into this with stating what they did right, and how we can make it better. I would not overdue the re-reading because than a child is just going to show more frustration and hatred, I believe a teacher should space our the readings and work with comprehension by asking questions through out the story. I had a student who could not comprehend anything! So I started reading with him, and we would stop at each page and discus what happened and everything. By doing that, he was able to tell me the plot, main idea, and details of the story with no problem. Yes, every student is different, but we will have to find a reading strategy that works for them.

  • Question about comprehension strategies - Jordan Seagraves, Wed May 27 20:34
    A question that my group came upon was: "Does working with a student that has ASD on self-correction or re-reading eventually help them comprehend the text better? In other words does practice make... more
    • no and yes - koppenhaverd, Mon Jun 1 15:08
      Self-correction and re-reading are not reading comprehension instructional strategies. Neither would help a child improve much if (a) they weren't already reading pretty well with comprehension or... more
    • Comprehension strategies - miloshcl, Sun May 31 08:16
      Hey Jordan, I see where your group is coming from wanting to give students skills of their own to increase their reading capabilities. However, re-reading and self-correction don't seem to me to be... more
    • Re: Jordan - Alexandria Spurrier, Sat May 30 20:17
      I have asked myself this question plenty of times while in school! I feel like we are always taught that practice makes perfect and sometimes that might work, but overall I think it is about what we... more
    • Practice makes perfect? - Angie Helton, Fri May 29 21:58
      This is what I have been told my entire life, and I'm 44. I do not believe this statement. No matter how well a person can do something, there is always someone who is going to come along and do it... more
    • RE: Question about cmprehension strategies - hildebranak, Fri May 29 19:26
      I think that self-correction and re-reading are great at comprehending better. I know when I read sometimes I need to re-read to pick up on something that I may have missed. I also think that... more
    • Practice Makes Perfect - Jean Milton, Fri May 29 10:47
      I don't see why practice wouldn't help a student with ASD to become better as long as they are practicing the correct way to begin with. Although students with ASD have dificits, they are more than... more
    • Re: Question about comprehension strategies - Karley Ingold, Fri May 29 10:17
      I don't know if practice makes perfect in this case but I do definitely think that practice makes better and that through this feeling of growing that students will become more motivated to try and... more
    • Practice Does Make Perfect - whitemb2, Fri May 29 08:59
      • Response to whitemb2 - brownrf, Sat May 30 10:04
        I definitely agree with you, practice makes perfect. If none of us ever practiced anything, what would we be good at? Yes, some people are born talented in particular areas, but no one can say... more
      • Practicing Reading - Sonya Summey, Fri May 29 21:06
        In one of my previous reading courses my professor would say that you could only get better at reading by reading. I am in agreement with you that practice makes progress! There is no need to shame a ... more
      • Praise first - Cynthia Trickel, Fri May 29 10:50
        Using praise for correct answers or attempts, I agree is a great strategy. Having the student read with you first for him to gain confidence is also a great strategy. You made a great point about... more
    • Comprehending text - luckadooso, Thu May 28 17:02
      I think that the skills of self-correction and re-reading are good skills to teach all students, even students with ASD who are struggling with comprehension. I don't think that "practice makes... more
      • Chronicle order through Pictures - coxdm, Sat May 30 19:23
        I love the idea of using visuals to help students create a concrete way to see the story how it happens. This could help integrate creativity into the classroom by allowing the students to draw their ... more
        • Picture Ideas - miloshcl, Sun May 31 13:09
          I love those strategies! I haven't personally used a similar program but I think it makes so much sense to use other ways of interacting with text to engage learners with ASD. If their mind works in... more
      • reply to comprehending text - Hunter Hastings, Sat May 30 18:42
        I agree that self-correction and re-reading are good skills to teach all students. I think that these are important for any student to learn, especially students with disabilities that may have... more
    • Re: Question about comprehension strategies - McKenzi Davis, Thu May 28 14:28
      I don't necessarily believe that practice makes perfect for any student, especially for ASD students. One article that i read discussed rote memorization for learning letters, but as teachers rote... more
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