Comprehending and Verbalising Visual Clues
Written by a Speech and Language Pathologist!
This resource provides practice in learning to identify picture clues that answer questions without the words being present. Even though they are visual learners, many children must be taught to recognise these clues and to describe them. This resource teaches them these skills.
For example, in the picture, the boy is pointing backwards to his dog. No words are present, but you know the boy is telling his dog to go home and to stop following him. The facilitator will assists the participant by pointing this out and ask, “What do you think the boy is telling his dog to do?” etc.
The entire book teaches children to look for these clues and to orally explain them to the instructor, regardless of the level where they begin.