Autism and PDD: Answering Questions Level 2 - Book

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Autism and PDD: Answering Questions Level 2 - Book

Simple illustrations help students understand the logic behind the question and respond appropriately.  Students look at the picture(s), read the statement and/or question at the top of the page, and respond.  The complexity of response can range from single-word answers to complex utterances.  Visual prompts can be faded and question forms intermixed to facilitate generalization of the question concepts.  This book is a continuation of Autism & PDD Answering Questions Level 1 with a subtle progression in content and detail of the pictures.

Eight chapters include:

  1. Describing Feelings: Students answer the question "How does he feel?" and identify emotions of hurt, mad, sad, happy, and scared (e.g., "Luke did a great job on his school project. How does he feel?").
  2. What Happened: Students answer the question "What happened?" and explain situations like a broken lamp or a bee sting.  
  3. What Do You Do When: Students draw from personal experiences or the experiences of others to answer questions such as "What do you do when you get in a car?"  This section gives practice in answering questions in novel, yet logical ways.
  4. Why/Because: Students give logical reasons for questions such as "Why do people use paper plates?" and "Why do you look before you cross the street?"
  5. Going To: Students learn to make and express predictions and draw conclusions as they answer questions that pertain to related objects (e.g., "Hannah has a rake and big black bag.  What is she going to do?").
  6. What Do You Need: Students name two items needed to complete tasks like washing a car or making a birthday card (e.g., "What do you need to take a picture?").  Simple organizational skills like verbal sequencing and basic storytelling are developed. 
  7. What Should: Students demonstrate beginning logic and problem-solving skills by stating solutions to simple problems such as "Jesse's friend has no lunch.  What should Jesse do?"
  8. What If: Students hypothesize about events they may not have experienced themselves (e.g., "What happens if you step on gum?"). 

You may purchase Autism & PDD Answering Questions Level 2 individually or in a 2-book set, which consists of:

Autism & PDD Answering Questions Level 1

Autism & PDD Answering Questions Level 2



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