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Shared reading for Cat in Hat

Alice

7/16/2015 5:47 AM

Following is a shared reading lesson that we have done a couple of times [the first with our speech pathologist]. When Amy Parker and the Matrix team were at Wing Lake, I had asked if she would like to see a few shared reading experiences posted and she was interested. I am just sorry that I have not done all of them together but time always runs too, too fast! Hope you enjoy! We loved it because we could incorporate the early math component. There also pictures attached to help with the explanation.

2-dimensional symbols,3-dimensional symbols,Body movements,Braille,Early sounds/vocalizations (not speech),Facial expressions,Gestures,Manual signs,SGD/Communication device,Speech,Visual Behavior,Information,Obtain,Refuse,Social,Answers yes/no questions,Asks questions,Attracts attention,Continues an action,Directs your attention,Expresses interest in other people,Makes choices,Makes comments,Names things, people,Obtains more of something,Offers, shares,Polite social forms,Protests,Refuses/Rejects,Requests a new action,Requests a new object,Requests attention,Requests more of an action,Requests more of an object,Level 1. Pre-Intentional Behavior,Level 2. Intentional Behavior,Level 3. Unconventional Communication,Level 4. Conventional Communication,Level 5. Concrete Symbols,Level 6. Abstract Symbols,Level 7. Language,Educator,Speech-Language Pathologist,Wing Lake,Charter

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This is such a great example of why this site is so great! I am using the Cat in the Hat for January lessons and this will be a great addition. Thanks for taking the time to post it.

Jane L. - 12/11/2015

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Fantastic plan with pictures too! Very easy to follow for others who want to use this plan. I wonder if sometime, with parent or guardian permission, we could also share a short video clip. Helps to show the pacing with specific students. Alice you and your W.L. team ROCK!

Amy Parker - 7/16/2015

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Wow this sounds like a great activity for my two students with AC. Thank you so much for your post.

rosydaisy - 7/16/2015

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