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Chronicle order through Pictures
Sat May 30, 2015 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 own picture of what they read part by part to create a visual timeline of their own. There was one type of program my first grade class room used during my internship where the students got a set of cards that had pictures on one side and four words that described the picture on the back. The students then put the pictures in order and retold the story in their own words. This could be a different and fun way to help ASD students experience chronicle order in stories.

  • 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
      • 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
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