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Introduction to Kitchen Appliances is are symbolic language pictures and an independent living skills tutorial and safety awareness tutorial program designed to provide symbolic language pictures, along with text, for teaching the use of appliances in school or home settings to people who communicate nonvocally or who have other disabilities. This daily living skills workbook includes units on the stove, oven, freezer, microwave, refrigerator, and a review section. Each chapter moves in sequence from general to specific facts. New information is gradually increased with continuous repetition. The review chapter compares and contrasts the appliances. Both function and safety tips are incorporated into the lessons. The worksheets are self- explanatory, and Picture Communication Symbols (PCS) are used throughout so that students do not require reading skills to respond to questions. After each appliance is introduced, there are cut and past, multiple choice, and fill in the blank activities.
Notes: Designed by speech, language, and hearing specialist Linda G. Richman, MA, CCC.
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This product record was updated on April 24, 2003.
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Mayer-Johnson, LLC, A Division of Dynavox TechnologiesPO Box 1579
Solana Beach, California 92075-1579
Telephone: 800-588-4548 or 858-550-0084.
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