New PDF release: Adam Raccoon in Lost Woods
By Glen Keane
Adam Raccoon learns a lesson approximately being concerned an excessive amount of for cloth issues.
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It can also be a triumph. Clara Park is the mother of Jessy, a gifted young woman with autism who is also an artist. In an essay explaining her daughter’s strengths and weaknesses, she wrote: “If Jessy’s painting bespeak her handicap, it is a handicap not surmounted, but transmuted into something rich and strange. 253). 1 offers a schema of MI theory as it can be applied to students with autism. It puts their “smart” behaviors into context of Gardner’s seven intelligences, and it offers teaching techniques that can enhance this intelligence.
5. Parallel talking by teachers and therapists expands receptive vocabulary. 6. ). To check for comprehension, expect the child to use these vocabulary words in multiple ways, with different people and in varying contexts. 7. Introduce associated concepts (such as hot/cold) in completely separate presentations, work them into the same lesson only after the child has mastered each. 8. ” Have the child demonstrate understanding or use a target vocabulary word given novel and varied stimuli. 9. Answering questions of a basic nature is critical at this age.
Give pre-scripted words or non-verbal signals to communicate need for isolation, regrouping, de-escalation. · Establish understanding of “concrete” expectations for various types of communication: listening, collaborating, arguing, conversing, etc. · Encourage opinions. Visual–spatial intelligence Examples of ASD characteristics · Strong preference for noting visual elements. ” · Answers without looking (or seeming to have paid attention). · Sees visual relationships (rather than social relationships) between items, words, persons, locations, events.
Adam Raccoon in Lost Woods by Glen Keane