5 Strategies for Teaching Literacy to Children with Autism

Categories: Language Arts

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  1. I tried to click on the picture to get the freebie book but it wanted to charge me $4.50. was there a special code I needed to put in?

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  3. Hi Sasha,

    Would you suggest tying in your leveled English and language arts curriculum with your direct instruction during these groups?

    I would love to see more examples of how you would run a direct instruction group with the leveled curriculum.

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  4. What a wonderful way to use a reinforcer and for the students to have a visible reminder of what they can look forward to.

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  5. Thank you for sharing and for reading 🙂

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  6. Great question! A few suggestions: I love the idea of a para center, I also think the reading comprehension could help guide your target topics (because each unit has a book target topic) so the one page activity could be how you intro the lesson. The Language Arts is more grammar focused but some kids do get through it quick so you could do the one page in place of word work after you read/discuss your books! 🙂 I will work on a video or maybe do a Live about this!

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  7. I am part of the Special Education department at a high school. Our students with Autism fall in a wide-range on the spectrum from low functioning to high functioning. I find many of your ideas useful for the lower functioning students at the high school level, but I would like some ideas/suggestions for the higher functioning students, who attend inclusion classes with regular education students, who just need a little support and structure.

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  8. Great! I will definitely work on a post for this!

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  9. How and or where can I get these visuals?

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