Maximize Literacy Skills and Exposure in Students Who Use AAC Handout

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Susan Berkowitz
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This is a handout for teachers, speech-language pathologists and parents that describes strategies for developing literacy skills in students who are nonverbal and are using augmentative communication. Adults working with these students frequently do not know how to maximize emergent literacy skills in these students and feel unprepared for building reading with nonverbal students.

Examples are given of how to use the Before-During-After and Four Block frameworks, and more.

You might also like my handout from a presentation on increasing literacy and language skills in special ed/autism classrooms

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