Adapted books are different in skillset levels that is why they can be used by students who have different literacy skills sets. Click to learn more about Adapted Books. For example there are some adapted books that are quite repetitive in a way that they increase a student’s repetition and participation to help them to retain new information. The books have pictures related to vocabulary terms meaning that they offer visual support to assist in knowing and understanding the verbal message. As the levels of the adapted books increase students depend on written words and not on pictures.
Other adapted books require of the student to get the right color item and put add it on the book. One an example is the book known as the what is the snowman wearing, where the student should find the snowman and be able to match the description. The student can be encouraged to point the text box each time you verbalize the words and you will find eventually they can also utter the words. To get more info, click https://shop.adapted4specialed.com. Adapted books are repetitive in nature meaning the students can verbalize the books topic with you.
Finally, there are other target books that aim at prepositional concepts. In this students should place the correct targeted item in the right location. The purpose of prepositional concepts is to build on vocabulary skills which are not so easy for special students. Learn more from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Film_adaptation.
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