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Cognitive Curriculum for Students with Traumatic Brain Injury: Cueing -- SHNIC Educators Information
Throughout this curriculum guide, goals and objectives will make reference to various types of cues. The following is a guide to the types of cues referred to in the Cognitive Curriculum for Students with TBI, along with their definitions.
- hand-over-hand: physical guidance given through the task.
- tactile cueing: gentle touch to direct movement, behavior or cognition.
- modeling: therapist or teacher demonstrates expected performance.
- gesture: facial expression or bodily movement that conveys meaning.
- pictorial: picture to elicit desired response.
- phonemic: first sound or rhyming word is given.
- multiple choice
- probing questions: asking "wh" questions.
- concrete: explicit directions.
- abstract directions: directions requiring an inference.
- verbal modeling: therapist or teacher demonstrates expected verbal response.
- semantic: contextual, associative, defining information given.