Ava, What Do You See?   By: Ms. Molly and Ava
Ava, Ava, What Do You See?  <ul><li>I see Tinkerbell looking at me.   </li></ul>
Ava, Ava, What Do You See? <ul><li>I see my fairy dolls looking at me.  </li></ul>
Ava, Ava, What Do You See? <ul><li>I see my stuffed animals looking at me. </li></ul>
Ava, Ava, What Do You See? <ul><li>I see the baby looking at me.   </li></ul>
Ava, Ava, What Do You See? <ul><li>I see my friend Abby looking at me.   </li></ul>
Ava, Ava, What Do You See? <ul><li>I see my family looking at me.   </li></ul>
Ava, Ava, What Do You See? <ul><li>I see my teacher looking at me.   </li></ul>
Ava, Ava, What Do You See? <ul><li>I see a mirror. Look it’s me!   </li></ul>
Ava, Ava, What Do You See?
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Pattern Book with Pronouns by Molly McCann

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Book: Brown Bear, Brown Bear

Concept: Pattern Book. We will be identifying a linguistic pattern in our text emphasizing the use of the pronouns “I”, “Me” and “You” for a young child with Autism. After reading our text, the student will have the opportunity to develop her own personalized page for the pattern book utilizing the pattern established in the text, including the use of the specific pronouns.

Before Reading: We will sing a song containing a pattern very similar to the one used in our story. After singing, we will discuss the concept of a pattern and the manner in which patterns can be verbally sung in the context of a song or read in the context of book. We will review the pronouns of “I”, “me” and “you” and how we can use such pronouns to ask questions and indicate what we see.

During Reading: As we read, I will emphasize the different patterns we hear in the book (i.e. “Ava, what do you see?” and “I see a ________ looking at me”) by changing my voice for each type of pattern and pointing to the patterns as I read. After reading the first few pages, I will prompt the little girl to join in the reading of the book as I continue to read.

After Reading: Using a page in the book, I will prompt the student to identify the two different patterns in our book either through circling the patterns or highlighting them. I will then prompt the student to finish our book by developing her own page. We can bind our book and add it to our tutoring classroom library.

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  • Book: Brown Bear, Brown Bear Concept: Pattern Book. We will be identifying a linguistic pattern in our text emphasizing the use of the pronouns “I”, “Me” and “You” for a young child with Autism. After reading our text, the student will have the opportunity to develop her own personalized page for the pattern book utilizing the pattern established in the text, including the use of the specific pronouns. Before Reading: We will sing a song containing a pattern very similar to the one used in our story. After singing, we will discuss the concept of a pattern and the manner in which patterns can be verbally sung in the context of a song or read in the context of book. We will review the pronouns of “I”, “me” and “you” and how we can use such pronouns to ask questions and indicate what we see. During Reading: As we read, I will emphasize the different patterns we hear in the book (i.e. “Ava, what do you see?” and “I see a ________ looking at me”) by changing my voice for each type of pattern and pointing to the patterns as I read. After reading the first few pages, I will prompt the little girl to join in the reading of the book as I continue to read. After Reading: Using a page in the book, I will prompt the student to identify the two different patterns in our book either through circling the patterns or highlighting them. I will then prompt the student to finish our book by developing her own page. We can bind our book and add it to our tutoring classroom library.
  • Pattern Book with Pronouns by Molly McCann

    1. 1. Ava, What Do You See? By: Ms. Molly and Ava
    2. 2. Ava, Ava, What Do You See? <ul><li>I see Tinkerbell looking at me. </li></ul>
    3. 3. Ava, Ava, What Do You See? <ul><li>I see my fairy dolls looking at me. </li></ul>
    4. 4. Ava, Ava, What Do You See? <ul><li>I see my stuffed animals looking at me. </li></ul>
    5. 5. Ava, Ava, What Do You See? <ul><li>I see the baby looking at me. </li></ul>
    6. 6. Ava, Ava, What Do You See? <ul><li>I see my friend Abby looking at me. </li></ul>
    7. 7. Ava, Ava, What Do You See? <ul><li>I see my family looking at me. </li></ul>
    8. 8. Ava, Ava, What Do You See? <ul><li>I see my teacher looking at me. </li></ul>
    9. 9. Ava, Ava, What Do You See? <ul><li>I see a mirror. Look it’s me! </li></ul>
    10. 10. Ava, Ava, What Do You See?

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