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A second strategy is a picture word sequencing system. The structure would have a board that is label A, B, C, and D. This will allow Raymond to put the pictures/words in order of when things happen. First Raymond will put the pictures in sequence order, then the teacher will write words on a sentence strip to put in order. After moving on to words, Raymond will be able to put in simple sentences to explain what is going on in each picture. In order to improve his written skills, Raymond will need to have his vocabulary to improve first. He must be able to understand the words that in order to understand the meaning of the sentences in the book. For example, in the book “Brown Bear, Brown Bear by Bill Martin Jr.” Raymond will have to read the story multiple times in order to help build his vocabulary and understand the words and concept of the story. It is also important to ask Raymond questions about the story throughout the story to make sure he can comprehend what is being read. It will also reinforce his vocabulary and build his confidence with words and sentences.
EFFECTS OF ORAL LANGUAGE 4It is important to know many strategies in order to differentiate instruction for all students. For Raymond and students like him who struggle with Reading, they can benefit from audio books. They can follow along with the book as it is being read to them. An audio book or story will allow them to learn proper sounds and pronunciation in complete sentences. Another tool or assistive technology that could help support Raymond’s reading and writing skills are using a writing application called Read and Write which is a Speech to text program. It allows