Step by step visually supported lesson with real time photographs to support learning and communication to children, teens and adults with learning differences.
Included in the BAGEL TREATS recipe:
1. Bagel Treats Recipe
Using step by step actual photos of the recipe taking place.
Page one lists ingredients and tools needed in the recipe.
A message from Sue:
I am excited to talk about the power of using I Convey recipes to engage students. When I first started as a speech-language pathologist over 15 years ago I was challenged to find functional and meaningful ways to engage all of my students; particularly those individuals with significant and diverse learning needs. I discovered the power of cooking and was excited to see how engaged the students truly were during these activities. Learning happened!!
Cooking provides students functional teaching opportunities. We target language; vocabulary; organization, planning, and sequencing; and social skills. And in working with the teachers and related service providers we focus on reading, math, science, and motor skills. In fact, I typically co-teach the cooking groups with our occupational therapist. Additionally we send recipes home to parents along with a letter letting them know our current cooking activity, vocabulary and skills we are targeting, and encouragement to practice the recipe at home. Working as a team helps us reinforce skills and promotes generalization of these skills for students.
We repeat the recipes one time per week for for 4-6 weeks. This extended time frame allows opportunities to practice the many skills to increase individual’s independence.
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Keywords: Mild to moderate, Moderate to severe, Cooking, Recipes, Functional skills, Life skills, Community based instruction, Sequencing and planning, Vocabulary, Functional vocabulary, K-12, Adult, Transdisciplinary, Math, Writing, Social skills, Pragmatic language, Common core, Visual Recipe, Pizza
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