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Speech Therapy Describing Wheel Attributes Visual Cues Autism

Speech Therapy Describing Wheel Attributes Visual Cues Autism
Speech Therapy Describing Wheel Attributes Visual Cues Autism
Speech Therapy Describing Wheel Attributes Visual Cues Autism
Speech Therapy Describing Wheel Attributes Visual Cues Autism
Speech Therapy Describing Wheel Attributes Visual Cues Autism
Speech Therapy Describing Wheel Attributes Visual Cues Autism
Speech Therapy Describing Wheel Attributes Visual Cues Autism
Speech Therapy Describing Wheel Attributes Visual Cues Autism
Product Description
Describing Wheel Graphic Organizer Visual for describing at item. This visual helps student come up with various attributes such as color, size, shape, location, texture, to name a few. These are graphic organizers in the shape of a wheel with picture attribute cues in outer sections of the wheel . A picture or object is to be placed in the center of the wheel to be described.
This packet includes 4 graphic organizers:
(#1) A graphic organizer with sound, color, location, group/category, function/what does it do?, size, shape, parts, texture and, sound with WORDS.
(#2) A graphic organizer with sound, color, location, group/category, function/what does it do?, size, shape, parts, texture and, sound WITHOUT WORDS. (same as #1 but without words)
(#3) (FOR DESCRIBING FOOD) A graphic organizer with sound, color, smell, taste, group/category, size, shape, parts, texture and, sound with WORDS.
(#4) (FOR DESCRIBING FOOD) A graphic organizer with sound, color, smell, taste, group/category, size, shape, parts, texture and, sound without WORDS. (same as #3 but without words)
To use:
You have the option of using the describing wheel with or without the words. I would start with the describing wheel WITH words and as the student as success with this move to the describing wheel WITHOUT words.
Put the picture or object to describe in the center “gray” circle of the describing wheel. Support the child in using the visual cues around the wheel to describe the picture/object.
The #3 and #4 describing wheels are to be used to describe food since these include “taste” and “smell.”

Total Pages
9 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
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