Teacher’s Language Summary Chart. Use explicit, concise and concrete language. Support language with gestures, visuals and key word signs. Encourage joint attention by obtaining the student’s attention before giving the instruction. Give instructions as they are expected to happen. Use positively stated language. Allow for processing time. Consider voice volume and tone. Use strong facial expressions to match language. Turn questions into sentence starters where required.
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