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Testing your inner voice Ask the person to say numbers 26 to 50 out loud, but saying one out loud and two and three in their heads, with their tongue.

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2 Testing your inner voice

3 Ask the person to say numbers 26 to 50 out loud, but saying one out loud and two and three in their heads, with their tongue clamped between their teeth. They must not move any part of their body, such as nodding their head or using their fingers. They must complete it within 25 seconds

4 For example: If I were to count from 1-10 in the same pattern it would look and sound like this 1 (Out loud) 2 3 (silently in my head) 4 (out loud) 5 6 (silently in my head) 7 (out loud) 8 9 (silently in my head) 10 (out loud) The purpose is not to see how fast you can count by threes but rather give you the opportunity to focus on the voice inside your head.

5 Ask the person to say numbers 26 to 50 out loud, but saying one out loud and two and three in their heads, with their tongue clamped between their teeth. They must not move any part of their body, such as nodding their head or using their fingers. They must complete it within 25 seconds

6 The correct sequence would be 26, 29, 32, 35, 38, 41, 44, 47, 50.

7 Ask the person to say numbers 76 to 100 out loud, but saying one out loud and two and three in their heads, with their tongue clamped between their teeth. They must not move any part of their body, such as nodding their head or using their fingers. They must complete it within 25 seconds

8 The correct sequence would be 76, 79, 82, 85, 88, 91, 94, 97, 100.

9 Next, tap the person next to with your pencil times. (dont tell them how many) They need to count the number of taps silently and tell you how many times you tapped them.

10 Next, tap the person next to with your pencil times. (dont tell them how many) They need to count the number of taps silently and tell you how many times you tapped them.

11 When we read we have different voices we hear A reciting voice A conversational voice

12 The RECITING VOICE is the voice you hear when you are ONLY reciting the words and not drawing from the text

13 The conversational voice has a CONVERSATION with the text. It represents your thinking as you talk back to the text in an interactive way.

14 Conversational Voice can take 2 forms: Distracting voice Interacting voice

15 Distracting voice the voice that makes connections, asks questions, identifies confusion, agrees or disagrees with ideas. This voice DEEPENS your understanding of the text. the voice inside your head that pulls you away from the meaning of the text. It begins a conversation, but gets distracted by a connection, question, or idea. Soon you are thinking about something unrelated to the text.

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19 Lets Practice

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22 from: Out of My Mind

23 Share your thoughts with a partner

24 from: Out of My Mind I can visualize her trying to push the buttons on the remote. I picture her fingers scrunched and unable to move My mind jumps to a picture of Humpty Dumpty from the movie Puss n Boots I have to be careful not to get off track. Focus!

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