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Articles from Receptive Language

How to Incorporate AAC in Classroom Activities

I’ve talked about using AAC with adapted books and task cards but cooking, crafts, and games/activities are also great ways to incorporate and use AAC with your students.  Again, these are things you do all the time so we just need to remember to have the students get...

Tips for Using AAC with Task Cards

This week I want to continue to share about how to incorporate and use AAC systems with activities you are already doing with your students.  I have created lots of different task cards to target different language skills and this is another good time to use those AAC...

How to Use AAC with Adapted Books

Our student should be using their AAC devices throughout the day.  We don’t need to plan separate activities for the students to do in order to use their devices.  If we incorporate AAC devices into activities we are already doing with our students it will help our...

Talking to Parents about AAC

Bringing up AAC with parents is not always easy.  Sometimes parents do not always know what types of AAC systems are out there and how using different AAC systems can help increase their child’s communication with others.  There are often a lot of myths associated...

Including Core Vocabulary When Teaching and Using AAC

Let’s take a look at the difference between core and fringe vocabulary terms and how they impact AAC use.  Fringe words are often easier to teach because you can picture the item in your mind; however, core words are going to be more flexible to use across...

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