The Processing Program Levels 1, 2 and 3 Newly Revised from Super Duper

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Thursday, January 31, 2013
Super Duper Publications has released the 2nd Edition of The Processing Program – Levels1, 2 and 3Level 1 helps children listen to and process increasingly complex directions and concepts, while Levels 2 and 3 helps students to increase their language-processing skills by using sets of picture-identification tasks. 
 
Both programs work well with children who have attention deficit disorders, auditory processing disorders, autism, and cochlear implants.  It is not necessary to complete Level 1 in order to use Levels 2 and 3 as age is not the sole determinate factor for which level would be appropriate for a child to use.
 
The Processing Program – Level 1, Revised, for ages 4 to 11 (grades PreK-5), targets 46 basic concepts and vocabulary words from the categories of singular and plural nouns, pronouns, sizes, colors and quantities, prepositions, and conjunctions.  This revised 2nd Editioncontains updated, full-color illustrations, 11 new levels, 161 picture plates (42 more than the 1st Edition), and additional concepts, sentence structures, and directions.  Level 1 allows teachers to learn how to use the Altered Auditory Input (AAI) technique to make commands easier for children to process and how to teach others to communicate with children this way. 
 
The Processing Program – Levels 2 and 3, Revised, for ages 6 to 14 (grades 1-8), lets teachers learn how to identify the modifications a student needs with a set of picture-identification tasks.  The program includes language webs organized by linguistic concepts and the AAI technique with picture plate and commands. It has 119 picture plates forLevel 2 and 65 picture plates for Level 3Level 2 targets 101 advanced concepts for children 6 to 9 years and Level 3 builds on those, as well as having 17 additional concepts in longer, more complex command combinations for children 9-12 years old.  The Processing Program: Levels 2 and 3 is perfect for children who have difficulty processing or learning language.
 
The Processing Program: Level 1 and Levels 2 and 3 work well with children who have attention deficit disorders, auditory processing disorders, autism, and cochlear implants.  It is not necessary to completeLevel 1 in order to use Levels 2 and 3 as age is not the sole determinate factor for which level would be appropriate for a child to use.
 
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