Visual Perception Skills for Children with Dyslexia | PART 5: Visual Sequential Memory
Visual Sequential Memory
AGE GROUP: 6+
Do you want to discover how to develop and boost the visual sequential memory of school-aged children? Then consult this resource material, the fifth in a series of seven eBooks that provide both theoretical and practical information about a key visual perceptual processing skill.
Visual sequential memory denotes the ability to recall and reproduce a sequence of visual representations, including letters, shapes, numbers, symbols and objects. It is necessary for identifying the ordering of letters in words, and words in sentences. It is part of the visual decoding process in reading and the encoding process in spelling.
Laid out in a colourful and easy-to-use format, this eBook is addressed to special education needs teachers, occupational therapists, logopedists, parents and schoolteachers who aim to support children in developing and strengthening their skills. It introduces a set of games and activities that build and enhance visual perceptual skills in an enjoyable and interactive way.
In this book, you will learn that visual perceptual skills influence several aspects of human development and everyday life, ranging from (mixed) motor skills to essential life aptitudes.
This resource material includes inter alia:
- 135 worksheets
- activities aiming at recalling two elements (three choices)
- activities aiming at recalling three elements (four choices)
- activities aiming at recalling five elements (two choices)
- activities aiming at recalling six elements (two choices)
- activities aiming at recalling six elements (three choices)
- activities aiming at recalling six elements (four choices) and so on
- seven interactive games and activities
Type: 1 pdf File
Size: 35 MB
Number of pages: 215
Author: Alice Kassotaki–Speech Pathologist, MSc, BSc
Translation & Proofreading: Maria Rigli
Readable on: PC / Mac, Tablet PCs, E-Readers
Printable format available: Yes