Student Teacher Parent Number of visits 34 Number of saves 4 1 Am I Sick? Visual Response Board 0.0 stars View Resource Version History Report this resource Description Overview: This is a visual communication board that allows students who are verbal or non-verbal to communicate how they are feeling when they are sick. Ask the student the question and have them touch or speak a response to communicate how they are feeling. Subject: Exceptional Children Level: Preschool, Lower Primary, Upper Primary Material Type: Interactive, Questionnaire Author: Sarah Jaynes Date Added: 07/15/2020 License: Creative Commons Attribution Language: English Interactivity Type: Active Comments Crystal Moore on Mar 08, 09:23am Your visual response board is very useful. I really please you are using photos. Although I teach high school students with mild to severe intellectual disabilities, this is helpful for verbal and non-verbal students to express themselves by pointing or gesturing about how they feel. Standards 12 NC.ELA.SL.K.3 North Carolina English Language Arts Standards Kindergarten Learning Domain: Speaking and Listening Standard: Ask and answer questions in order to seek help, get information, or clarify something that is not understood. Degree of Alignment: Not Rated (0 users) NC.ELA.SL.K.4 North Carolina English Language Arts Standards Kindergarten Learning Domain: Speaking and Listening Standard: Speak audibly and express thoughts, feelings, and ideas clearly. Degree of Alignment: Not Rated (0 users) Evaluations NC Quality Review Rubric Average Score (3 Points Possible)Degree of AlignmentN/A Focus2 (1 user)Engagement2 (1 user)Evaluation0 (1 user)Accuracy3 (1 user)Adequacy3 (1 user)Appropriateness3 (1 user)Purpose0 (1 user)Reliability3 (1 user)Accessibility0 (1 user)Motivation3 (1 user)Clarity3 (1 user)Usability3 (1 user) Tags (4) Communication Board Exeptional Children Sick Social Story Log in to add tags to this item.