What’s an accessible book? SET BC shows us one type in this video. Check it out and then click here to download some to enjoy with an AAC learner. It’s a great day for reading! Once on the page, scroll down to access the video.
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Tagged With: accessible books, literacy, reading, SET BC
We know that there are lots of PowerPoint haters out there, but we’re not among them. While we have certainly suffered through a presentation or two in which it was used poorly, we’ve also been inspired by those who use it well. It has lots of uses beyond teaching and presentation. Here are some ideas for using it to enhance your AAC intervention. 1. Personal Dictionary: Create a dictionary with slides for the new words the individual is learning. You can record the pronunciation of the word, provide the definitions, give examples, illustrate with images, and link to external sites. 2. Switch-accessible Books: These are fun to make and positively addictive once you get started! In the AAC Literacy Camp we did a few years ago, we made lots of little books like the one shown here and printed hard copies for the kids to take home. Reading online is... [Read More...]
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Tagged With: accessible books, intervention, PowerPoint, reading, resources, therapy, vocabulary, writing