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Thu Jun 4, 2015 10:21

Thank you for sharing your information from the RECALL article. I agree with you that emotion is such a strong force that we as humans encounter everyday. I think we, as teachers, need to take that approach to help ASD learners to engage in what we are reading with/to them. It seems to be important to not only read what is on the page but to act it out with hand gestures and different tones of voice to get the point of the story across.

  • RECALL - Amanda Wallace, Wed Jun 3 11:26
    Emergent literacy is a child's knowledge of reading and writing. In the article, The Impact of RECALL, I found it interesting that reading comprehension difficulties of children with ASD can go... more
    • RE: recall - Lauren Livingston, Sat Jun 6 20:02
      Amanda- I enjoyed reading your response about recall in literacy for students with ASD. In my classroom I use adapted books to correlate with themed topics taught. These adapted books have picture... more
    • RE: RECALL - hildebranak, Thu Jun 4 10:21
    • Re: Amanda Wallace-RECALL - hillaryyarbrough, Thu Jun 4 06:11
      You brought up a good point about students with ASD not being able to answer emotional identification questions as well as comments and questions about the readings. I think it is very important that ... more
    • Re: RECALL - lavertyse, Wed Jun 3 14:08
      Amanda, I think that the reading comprehension difficulties are so hard to see because children have to go through a phase where they work really hard to decode words so there is no comprehension... more
    • Reply to Amanda - Maggie Horne, Wed Jun 3 12:30
      Amanda, I found it interesting that it took so long for students with ASD to be identified with difficulties in reading comprehension as well. Although no assumptions can be made regarding students... more
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