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Jordan Seagraves
Sat Jun 6, 2015 00:24

I could not agree with you more about this being something that stuck out to me the most this week. What I would like to add to your post would be that when using these methods you need to apply a "wait time" and give students with ASD time to think and process what they might want to say. I think pointing this out is really important and everyone should remember to use the "wait" strategy in their own classroom.

  • What stuck out to me the most this week was shared reading and the different methods (CAR, CROWD, RECALL) that can be used with shared reading. In the article "The Impact of Reading to Engage... more
    • Reply to tatem1 - Hunter Hastings, Sat Jun 6 21:43
      I totally agree with this. I think that parents and early childhood teachers should be proactive in developing student's comprehension and literacy skills.
    • Response to tatem1 - brownrf, Sat Jun 6 10:05
      The CAR method really stuck out the me too, it made writing my part in the group lesson plan so much easier. Comment, Ask, seems so simple and effective. I think you are very right... more
    • RECALL - carsleymm, Sat Jun 6 09:09
      I agree with your insights and the authors'! Comprehension is likely to be an issue for a student with ASD. Afterall, low social communication skills is one of the "hallmark" signs that is looked for ... more
    • CAR & CROWD - Jordan Seagraves, Sat Jun 6 00:24
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