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AT for Reading

Assitive Technology for Reading

What are the five areas of reading? Phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, comprehension, and vocabulary.
What are low technology tools? Prompts, highlighters, post-it notes, transparences that provide different background colors, reading strips, highlighting tape, page separators to aid in turning pages, and rubber finger to grip.
What are more low technology tools? Individual pages, easel to hold reading material in upright position, automatic page-turners, and sensory cues created on pages such as using glue to outline a shape shown in a book.
What are medium technology tools? Alternative print (braille, large print), magnification, highlighting key text, replacing text with modified wording, change text size, and spacing between lines or words and margins.
Created by: nsellman6