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PrAACtical AAC Question of the Month: July 2018

July 26, 2018 by - 1 Comment

PrAACtical AAC Question of the Month: July 2018

Today, we’re taking a break from writing and asking you to take a turn at sharing your thoughts. Our topic is AAC Skills, and we’re curious about which ones you feel most confident in. Take a moment, if you would, to answer the short, 1-question survey. You can use the slider on the right side of the graphic to scroll up and down to see all the options. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Interested in what others have to say? Stay tuned! We’ll post the results in the following edition of PrAACtical Question of the Month. Loading…

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Language Experience Surveys: 8 Fun Ideas

February 6, 2013 by - Leave your thoughts

Language Experience Surveys: 8 Fun Ideas

In a previous post, we talked about the fun ways to get in some good AAC practice with language experience surveys. Here are some great examples of survey-related materials that we found on one of our favorite communities, Boardmaker Share. Hot Chocolate Survey by Sharon Maack-Connolly What I Did Over the Holidays by Becki Ratcliffe I Can (corresponds with MeVille to Weville but also good for any core language practice) by Alison R Songs About America by Kate Ahern How Do You Like to Travel by Vicki Clarke My Opinion: Pets by Vicki Clarke How Do You Get to School by Tiffany Paul What is Your Favorite Fast Food Restaurant by Tiffany Paul We’d love to hear more prAACtical ideas for using language experience surveys.

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“Can I ask you a question?” Using Language Experience Surveys

January 23, 2013 by - 3 Comments

Want to give your AAC learners more frequent opportunities to interact with others? We love using Language Experience Surveys for this purpose. The concept is a simple one. Once you have a language goal in mind, craft a survey with a key question that the communicator can use as a conversation starter. After some instruction and practice, they can then ask people the question. You’ll need to create visual supports for the survey so that the communicator can use it as a cue and show to the interaction partners. In some surveys, the partners then use the visual support to record their responses. Putting the visual support on a clipboard works well in some situations. The simplest way to do this is with a forced-choice question with a list of response options. The survey could be about favorite TV shows or places to visit, for example, and show different options.... [Read More...]

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