Comprehension Training Set
English & Chinese
The Comprehension Training Set is an effective teaching material that is used to facilitate children to:
- Improve their comprehension skills
- Increase their describing skills
- Expand their general knowledge and concepts
Including 10 creative scenes boards, 240+ reusable stickers and full online manual with 9 teaching videos, this all in one teaching tool is a perfect teaching material for parents, teachers and therapists to use at home and in a class setting.
This set can be used to teach a wide range of comprehension programs and easy to create thousands of comprehension questions!
What is Comprehension Training Set?
The included online guidebook will show you how to use this set to teach below programs:
Program 1 : Describing
Pick your choice of character and action. Place the character(s) onto the setting and start teaching!
Program 2 : Responding to Comprehension Questions
Pick your choice of character and action. Place the character(s) onto the setting and start teaching questions like who/ where/ what/ what is (person) doing/ what color/ how many etc.
Program 3 : Association
Take out the items that are commonly seen in different settings. Have the student sort them into different setting or name them expressively.
Program 4 : Multi-part Comprehension
Stick the character(s) onto the setting. Include the target and distracters and start asking questions, e.g.
Find the (character) that is (action)/ wearing/ holding (colored/ number) (clothing/ item), etc.
Program 5 : Receptive/ Expressive Labels
Pick the character/ location/ verbs/ items and start teaching!
Program 6 : Gender
Take out the characters of 2 genders and have the student start sorting! Move onto receptive or expressive as necessary.
Program 7 : Prepositions
Pick a furniture and the selected item(s) onto the reference point (i.e. the furniture). Ask the student to place the sticker or answer to related questions.
Program 8 : Yes/ No
Pick the character/ action/ item. Ask the student questions include:
- Is he/ she (action)?
- Is it (preposition) (reference point)?