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Need to work on Comprehension and not sure what to do? This is the perfect independent work station, assessment, or small group tool to work on INFERENTIAL COMPREHENSION (which is huge for every student) by answering WHAT and WHERE to solve a problem… but more importantly they’ll have to infer meaning to get it right. This is also perfect for Speech Therapist for identifying function and creating sentences!
This is exactly what you need for Inferential Comprehension!
Inferential Comprehension Questions are critical skills
and can be addressed with this adapted book!
And the format is perfectly suited for students who are nonverbal, minimally verbal, or who struggle with speech
. This book is 12 pages long with two questions per page (what and where). Again, this makes a great instructional tool during small group, can be a center while working with peers or paras, or it can be an independent work task during work time.
Places to solve the problem include:
--> Burger King for food
--> Laundromat with detergent
--> Post Office for stamps
--> ATM with debit card
--> Bathroom to brush
--> Doctor for medicine
--> Wal-Mart for a shirt
--> Gas Station for gas
--> Pet Store for fish food
--> Library for a book
--> Call Them for help
--> Bed for a nap
And don’t forget your copy of the Adapted Book I Can See BUGS!
and I See ANIMALS!
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