Teach early question asking and answering skills with these full-color photo cards. Uncluttered backgrounds and real-life photos help children focus on critical components.
- Comprehend, respond to, and ask wh- questions
- Generate simple to complex sentences, use pronouns, and increase vocabulary
Children comprehend, respond to, and ask eight question forms. The 240 large-size cards are arranged in a hierarchy of difficulty.
The set includes 30 cards for each of these question forms:
- Who—Who takes care of the sick girl?
- What have—What does she have?
- What doing—What are they doing?
- What have + what—What does he have? What is he doing?
- Where—Where is the dog?
- When—When does she use an umbrella?
- Why—Why is the girl sad?
- How—How will he get to school?
The cards are adaptable and depict a wide variety of people and situations in functional, everyday life. Use them for discrete trial teaching and applied behavior analysis programs. Teach students to generate simple to complex sentences and develop pronoun use and vocabulary.
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- Verbal and nonverbal means of communication, including natural gestures, speech, signs, pictures, written words, functional alternatives to challenging behaviors, and other augmentative communication systems should be assessed and enhanced (ASHA, 2006b).
- Treatment must be tailored to the child's individual behavior and needs (ASHA, 2006b).
- Generalization and maintenance of intervention targets should be facilitated in functional settings (ASHA, 2006a).
- Many children with autism spectrum disorders learn more readily through the visual modality (Taylor-Goh, 2005).
- Early intervention is likely to be beneficial in fostering the development of communication skills in children with autism spectrum disorders (Taylor-Goh, 2005).
Autism & PDD Photo Cards Wh- Questions incorporates these principles and is also based on expert professional practice.
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). (2006a). Guidelines for speech-language pathologists in diagnosis, assessment, and treatment of autism spectrum disorders across the life span [Guidelines]. Retrieved November 6, 2009, from www.asha.org/docs/pdf/GL2006-00049.pdf
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). (2006b). Principles for speech-language pathologists in diagnosis, assessment, and treatment of autism spectrum disorders across the life span [Technical Report]. Retrieved November 6, 2009, from www.asha.org/docs/pdf/TR2006-00143.pdf
Taylor-Goh, S. (2005). Royal college of speech & language therapists: Clinical guidelines. United Kingdom: Speechmark.