Autism Corner: Teaching Pronouns to Kids with Autism & Avoiding Pronoun Reversal
[Source: Mary Barbera.com]
Many children with autism have a difficult time teaching pronouns to kids with autism. For instance, if you tell a child, “Hang up your backpack” that child may say “Hang up your backpack” while he’s hanging up his own backpack. It gets to be a bad game of who’s on first. So today I’m going to talk about my procedures for teaching pronouns.
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