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Visual Cues and Story Maps for Stories and Narratives

Susan Berkowitz
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  1. One of the key language skills that students need for academic and social success is an understanding of the elements and parts to a story. Story grammar is a part of understanding every storybook, historical events, and most conversations. Students with language disorders have difficulty learning
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This resource is for you if you are working to improve students' personal narratives, stories, and story retells. This resource contains several differently organized visual cues for telling and retelling stories and developing narratives for students with significant language difficulties; like autism. If your students need visual cues to help them tell or re-tell stories with all the necessary story elements, this resource can help!

Symbols are Symbol Stix from News2You.

These can also be used with students with less significant language disorders who require additional supports for narratives.

• All of these can be used as whole pages, or symbols can be cut apart to be placed in order with velcro, or put on rings for sequential use with less distraction.

• Some are single pages, some structures are 2 pages.

• Some offer space for writing, others are visual cues only.

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