By Jean Gilliam DeGaetano
Provide a different approach in improving auditory attention and auditory processing! Students are required to listen attentively and to follow directions in working on illustrations that are divided into various categories. Two skills are coordinated. The students must remember the category information, such as; “all the things that are alive.” Each auditory direction will coordinate a specific direction with a specific characteristic of a category. Examples: “Put a green line under all foods that grow on trees.” “Put a purple circle around everything that can melt.” Two levels of difficulty are given. 60 pages.