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K4025 - Special Kids Learning Series The Alphabet

Special Kids Learning Series The Alphabet
Item No. K4025

Special Kids Learning Series The Alphabet

Series: Special Kids Learning Series Speech & Skill Development
Item No: K4025
Length: 30 minutes
UPC: 709629040250
Copyright: 2006
CC: Yes
MARC Record: Yes
Language: English
Grade Level: K-10/Sed
Age Range: 5-16
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The Special Kids speech and skill development video modeling programs have been demonstrated to help many visually receptive learners acquire verbal, reading, writing, academic, motor, play, self-help, social and interactive skills. In this program children will learn Everything From A to Z! How to talk, write and read? We use words ? and the 26 great letters of the alphabet are how we make them! Teaches: upper case letters, lower case letters, how to say letters, how to write them and how letters take on meaning and become words! Teaches communications, early academics & motor skills plus speech, labeling, writing, reading, generalization and association to words.

The Special Kids Learning Series is designed to teach and promote quality, effective, integrated learning for children with autism spectrum disorder, pervasive developmental disorder, Down syndrome, mental retardation, cerebral palsy, Apserger syndrome, dyslexia and other developmental and learning disabilities. It has been proven that video is one of the most effective ways to reach and teach this audience. Each program focuses on teaching early academics, self-help, hygiene and socialization skills to help visually receptive learners acquire speech, reading, writing, fine motor, computer, play, human interaction and other important skills. This series employs the following teaching methods: Multi-Associative Learning: Special Kids combines video of an object, action or person through real-time video or photography, with the audio association of its identification through the spoken word. Modeling: The simple video modeling of actions, events and proper behaviors. Generalization: The grouping of objects, actions or events in their proper category or sequence. Repetition: Repetitive presentation of materials, in a variety of approaches, to reiterate, yet entertain. The Human Element: Very importantly, Special Kids features the human element ? via host ?John Sprecher,? father of a boy with autism ? that Newsweek calls essential to learning.

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The Human Element: Very importantly, Special Kids features the human element ? via host ?John Sprecher,? father of a boy with autism ? that Newsweek calls essential to learning. - Newsweek