In Sequence Software Program: Daily Living Skills
Product Number: SN02821
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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 of daily tasks such as washing your hands or sweeping the floor 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. 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.
Video clips of daily tasks include: getting in a car and putting on a seatbelt, eating a banana, putting on a band-aid, brushing your teeth, eating cake, buying candy from a vending machine, eating cereal, making a cheese sandwich, sweeping the floor, putting on a coat, baking cookies, eating a hamburger, throwing out the garbage, buying gum, folding clothes after doing the laundry, numbers 1-10, opening a locked door, talking on the phone, eating potato chips, putting on sneakers, buying soda, stapling papers, making toast, using a vacuum cleaner, washing your hands, and drinking from a water fountain.
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Windows® NT/2000/XP or later, 700 MHz processor, 256 MB RAM, 300 MB hard disk space.