Ask Abbey: Auditory/Language Sandwich
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Learn how to use the auditory/language sandwich instructional strategy with expressive and receptive targets to support literacy and language development with learners who are Deaf/hard of hearing.
- Define the language sandwich strategy, commonly known as the auditory sandwich.
- Explain the importance of split focus and wait time during instruction.
- Describe the importance of serve/return and conversational turn-taking as a part of working with learners who are deaf/hard of hearing.