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C – Receptive Language

Posted by on Mar 24, 2014 in

C5 – Follow instructions to touch common item C6 – Follow instructions to do enjoyable activity C8 – Follow instructions to give named object C9 – Follow instruction to do simple motor action C10 – Follow instruction to touch item vs. distractor C16 – Select one of six or more objects on table C17 – Select one of six or more pictures on table C19 – Fluent receptive identification C20 – Can select using varied instructions C21 – Point to body parts on other or pictures C23 – Touches parts of items C24 – Select between items similar except one attribute C27– Follow an instruction to go to a person C30 – Follow an instruction to go to a person and do an action C33 – Multiple actions with an object C34 – Demonstrate a pretend action C37 – Select by function C38 – Select by feature C39 – Select by class C41 – Select two items in sequence from larger set C43– Locate objects in larger picture   C44 – Locate objects from parts of objects in picture C45 – Select common sounds C46 – Select all examples of an item C47 – Select item with two characteristics C48 – Select set of items with 1 characteristic C49 – Select...

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Teach Through Books: A Map of the World According to Illustrators & Storytellers Comments Off on Teach Through Books: A Map of the World According to Illustrators & Storytellers

Teach Through Books: A Map of the World According to Illustrators & Storytellers

Posted by on Sep 5, 2013 in Class, Compare and Contrast, Expressive Language, Intraverbal conversation, Picture Comprehension

This is a gorgeous book of maps created by illustrators and storytellers. It includes everything from watercolor maps designed as antique maps but illustrating a record label to fictional maps based on film titles, and maps detailing…

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Teach Through Books: Look-Alikes Around the World by Joan Steiner Comments Off on Teach Through Books: Look-Alikes Around the World by Joan Steiner

Teach Through Books: Look-Alikes Around the World by Joan Steiner

Posted by on Jun 20, 2013 in Art Projects, Compare and Contrast, Describing Pictures, Seek & Find

One of a series of Look-Alikes books created by Joan Steiner, this one is particularly great for mid-elementary to upper elementary students. Steiner uses everyday objects to create incredibly detailed three-dimensional scenes of famous landmarks from around the world.

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