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Audio Word/Varied-Time Delay

Audio Word/Varied-Time Delay

Audio Word/Varied-Time Delay learning for sight-words for students is based on stimulus-response studies that have been conducted dating back almost 100 years and are effective research-based practices. This method is ideal for special needs students, although it can be used with any students, young or old. What I chose to do is to take the stimulus/response practices of Taped-Word/Time-Delay of learning sight-words using a tape recorder and a word list and build this method into a Microsoft® PowerPoint™ file. I tried this with students and it works great. The words are presented in the slide at a timed rate (less than one second visual stimulus) in order to encourage errorless learning. The next slide presents the word untimed and provides for an audio recording (audio stimulus) of the... Show More


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Jeff Berk
Jeff Berk (Teacher (K-12))
6 years ago

Excellent method for teaching sight-words to special education students.

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