Britney Dueppen Shares:
Approximately half of my caseload is comprised of Pre-K students. I have utilized some applications that have targeted increasing the students’ language skills. One application that has been especially fun and beneficial is called, “Show me the picture.” It targets identifying actions when given a verbal prompt and choice of four pictures. For example, it might say, “show where the boy is jumping” or “show where the baby is bathing.” Once the student taps the correct picture, the application repeats the sentence (i.e. “correct, the boy jumping”). This allows the students to identify the present progressive form and hopefully be able to use the sentence in their own speech at a later time.