Evidence Based Practice Library

Prompting to Increase Auditory Processing and Comprehension: Guided Watching

During the Guided Watching section of the lesson plan and throughout instruction, teachers use differentiation and prompting to increase expressive and receptive language abilities based on individual student levels. Teachers use the Verbal and Gestural Modeling of the Guided Watching engagement strategy by modeling the expectation of giving a thumbs up when students heard the key vocabulary words. This ensures that students are attending to new content being presented and increase their capacity to process auditory information and recall that information when prompted. 

 

 

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Auditory Processing and Functional Workplace Behavior: Exit Ticket. 

Students presenting interpret and repeat feedback they receive from each student using the phrase, “What I hear you saying is….”  Learn more

 

Five Types of Prompting: Informal Assessment.

Teachers increase their use of prompting methods throughout the Informal Assessment. Learn More

 

Differentiation & Five Types of Prompting: Warm-Up

Teachers use differentiation and prompting to increase expressive and receptive language abilities based on individual student levels. Learn more

 

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