AAC Functional Communication - I can ask and answer: "What are you doing?"

AAC Functional Communication - I can ask and answer: "What are you doing?"
AAC Functional Communication - I can ask and answer: "What are you doing?"
AAC Functional Communication - I can ask and answer: "What are you doing?"
AAC Functional Communication - I can ask and answer: "What are you doing?"
AAC Functional Communication - I can ask and answer: "What are you doing?"
AAC Functional Communication - I can ask and answer: "What are you doing?"
AAC Functional Communication - I can ask and answer: "What are you doing?"
AAC Functional Communication - I can ask and answer: "What are you doing?"
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  1. AAC. It's the only means some of our students have for directing, commenting, enquiring, and requesting so that they may interact with others. In parent training sessions I always ask parents of AAC users the question, "What specific things do you need your child to be able to communicate to y
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Teaching students to participate in classroom activities and in conversation, using AAC, can be difficult. This book provides practice using AAC methods for a child to learn how to ask others what they are doing and state their own actions, which are skills necessary for classroom participation and social interactions. The book provides repeated opportunities for the individual to ask and answer, "What are you doing?" using their communication system to respond and comment with the provided responses.

Addresses language skills including:
asking questions, answering questions, labeling and using 29 action words

Addresses 29 actions.
cooking, waving, sitting, running, stretching,
blowing, sharing, raking, crying, moping, sweeping,
painting, mowing, washing, eating, dancing, kicking,
hiding, sliding, stacking, drawing, sleeping, reading,
riding, smiling, playing, talking, texting, swinging

Addresses additional target vocabulary:
what, are, you, doing, I, am

If your student has an AAC book/board/device, have the device available for use while reading the book. If your student does not have a symbol set, they may use the included symbols to ask and answer with you providing the voice for their words.

Read a page, asking the provided questions to elicit responses. After asking and answering, allow the student to place the appropriate interactive image on the page.

The student should use his/her AAC system, or touch the images on the symbol
strips to ask and answer the questions.
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