Strategy of the Month: Aided Language Input

February 5, 2012 by - 2 Comments

Strategy of the Month: Aided Language Input
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Aided language input is one of the first intervention strategies we teach our graduate student clinicians. Not only is it a great way to get familiar with the person’s AAC tools, but, more importantly, it provides are solid foundation for language learning. In future posts, we share more about the research base for this strategy and tips for implementation.

For now, view this short screencast and get ready to speak AAC using aided language input.

 

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  • Ann Brucker says:

    Carole, thank you so much for putting together this short but powerful demonstration about using Aided Language Output! This will be the perfect video for me to use with one of my classroom teachers and her paras to demonstrate the importance of using the child’s device during interactions.

    • Carole Zangari Carole Zangari says:

      So glad it will be helpful to you, Ann! Stop back on Thursday for a visual support on this topic. It is designed to share with teachers and paras to recognize their efforts in this area. We are all in this together. 🙂

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