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McKenzi Davis
Re: Shared Reading and ASD?
Tue Jun 2, 2015 21:11

I saw the Traschaun video as well. I really liked it and thought the teacher did an awesome job with this particular read aloud. This video seemed like the "best case scenario." But, sometimes, students are going to have to read books that they do not want to read. (I remember struggling with this myself as a child). I think that is when reading instruction becomes a challenge for both the student and teacher. When the student does not have free choice in the book that they are reading, then how do we encourage that reading interaction for that student, especially if they are ASD?

  • Re: Shared Reading and ASD? - hinesjd, Tue Jun 2 21:01
    Great question for the module. I think picking a book that keeps student's interest and then making the reading of the book fun can be helpful in making shared reading work. The teacher asking the... more
    • Re: Shared Reading and ASD? - McKenzi Davis, Tue Jun 2 21:11
      • answers you already know - koppenhaverd, Wed Jun 3 15:54
        McKenzi, in answer to your question about getting shared reading to work with kids with ASD, you have at least 3 answers from this week: RECALL, CAR, and CROWD in the CAR. Yes interaction is... more
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