How many times a day do you find yourself saying such things as “listen carefully” or “pay attention”? It is these requests that we give our students on a daily basis. However, many times we have yet to actually stop and explain to the child our expectations to these requests. When a student doesn’t follow our expectations we often feel frustrated or annoyed and assume they aren’t being a good listener when in reality they may not know you want them to stop fidgeting with their hands, or to make more eye contact to show with their body that they are actively listening. We have to teach whole body listening.
Learning life skills during community outings can help teach students in a natural environment how to live, work and enjoy recreational activities as independently as possible.
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What is Expressive Aphasia?
Expressive aphasia, also known as Broca’s aphasia or non-fluent aphasia, is a type of aphasia. Individuals with expressive aphasia have a loss of speaking fluently or writing fluently.
Speech can appear very effortful. Finding the right words or producing the right sounds is often difficult. Although they struggle to speak fluently their comprehension can be mostly retained with some difficulties understanding complex grammar.
Do you have kiddos who struggle with their social problem-solving skills? Teach your students the simple process of how to solve a problem along with having them review how well their solution worked or didn’t work.