Auditory Processing of Early Language Comprehension Skills
These lessons are designed to develop auditory processing comprehension skills in multiple areas. While looking at a picture, students listen to a story. Questions are then asked that separate the story information into specific language comprehension skills, such as; general comprehension, following directions, sentence completion, time and spatial details and other specific information.
While it may sound difficult for primary ages, it really is not. It is just a very structured way to teach the students they can easily separate information in a story to answer a broad range of comprehension questions.
Suitable for ages: 6-9.