Are you looking for vocational task sequencing practice to help your students master the steps involved with certain tasks? Are you looking for a product that uses real photos? Are you looking for a task that comes differentiated to meet the needs of a variety of learners? Look no further!
This work box activity is differentiated for five levels of learners. It spans from basic matching to no cue sequencing. Multiple students at a variety of levels can be working on this task at one time or one student can use it progressively as skills are mastered. Both words and pictures are used, along with ordinal numbers, to allow you flexibility in setting this task up for your specific students.
Laminating all of the pages, cutting out the pieces for use with the sequencing pages, and using Velcro with the sequencing pages/pieces works well for this activity! The shaded boxes on each page are there for you to use as storage for the sequencing pieces. I recommend using clear Velcro over words and pictures. Mix up the order of theses pieces each time your students use this activity to give extra practice and ensure they have the sequencing steps mastered before moving onto the next level.
The levels of differentiation are:
Page 4 – Matching (larger pictures); no words
Page 5 - Matching to sequence steps (smaller pictures); ordinal numbers and words are used for cues
Page 6 - Sequencing steps using pictures; ordinal numbers and words are used for cues
Page 7 - Sequencing steps using words and matching ordinal numbers; pictures are used for cues
Page 8 - Sequencing steps using ordinal numbers, words, and pictures; no cues are provided
This is the first product in the Vocational Task Sequencing series. The next activity in this series will be arriving soon!
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