In Sequence Software Program: Illustrated Stories
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The “In Sequence” program focuses on the cognitive skill of arranging pictures in a chronological order. Before the student is asked to place the pictures in the correct order, a video clip is presented. When the video story is finished, a review lesson of the sequencing task is presented on the screen showing the correct order of the pictures. After the review, the student is presented with the task of arranging the pictures in chronological order. Pictures are taken from a story narrated on video containing chronological events such as “John painting a fence.” The student can use switches, a mouse, or touch window to accomplish this. There are typically three or four pictures to sequence in a task. Create and add your own sequencing tasks. The number of steps for a task can range from as little as two to a maximum of 10. Each program setting is saved individually for each student. Quantitative data is recorded for each student to track progress which can be later viewed as a text file or in a spreadsheet. Copyright 2006.
Program includes the following stories: Sally Goes to School, Asking to Go to the Bathroom, Joe Goes for a Walk, A Fish Story, John Paints the Fence, Planting Flowers, Sam Goes Bowling, The Artist, The Band, The Circus, Sparky the Dog, Freddy the Frog, The Ice Cream Story, The Puzzle, and The Snowman.
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Windows® NT/2000/XP or later, 700 MHz processor, 256 MB RAM, 250 MB hard disk space.