Presentation on theme: "Created by Christina Dal Santo and Annette O’Connor Speech Language Pathologist with the Albuquerque Public Schools."— Presentation transcript:
Created by Christina Dal Santo and Annette O’Connor Speech Language Pathologist with the Albuquerque Public Schools
Target Vocabulary Core: look Fringe: dress pumpkin candy bag hat
Teaching Ideas Teach the target vocabulary first. Before using with your student, preview the animations to best support communication opportunities. Read the book together; ask questions that support use of the target vocabulary (the idea is NOT for the student to copy icon sequences). The adult should maintain control of the mouse. Use a 5-second time delay after transitioning to a slide to allow the student time to initiate with the core verb “look,” before providing additional prompting. Look up other words; pivot off the core vocabulary to include fringe (i.e., “Look hat,” “Look black hat”). If applicable, expand vocabulary and device use by asking questions such as, “Where did Annie find the hat?” and/or “What did Annie do with the hat?” Annie doll and Haunted House templates are available at the end of the Powerpoint. These provide a good opportunity to practice the core verb “put” (i.e., “put hat”).