Comprehending More Complex Auditory Information
This resource is for older children aged 9-13 years of age, designed to strengthen comprehension, memory of specific information, understanding subtle messages and describing daily events.
Development of these skill areas can help children talk about their own activities and experiences with more ease. Activity goals include:
- Listening attentively to short stories.
- Remembering the logical order of the events.
- Remembering the main focus of information.
- Remembering specific details.
- Recalling subtle points of the story.
- Recalling time concepts in the story.
- Remembering two and three part stories. (Resembling remembering chapters in a book.)
- Being able to retell the main ideas in sequential order.
From the Great Ideas for Teaching Range, written by a Speech and Language Pathologist. Fully photocopiable.