Symbol Discrimination and Sequencing
Symbol Discrimination and Sequencing – The Symbol Discrimination and Sequencing program has been skillfully designed to improve visual discrimination, visual memory for sequence. Noting likenesses and differences, visual matching, and left-to-right progression.
It begins with large print and only two symbols to recall. By the end of the book, five symbols (pictures, shapes, numbers, or letters) are being tracked visually. The symbol size is gradually reduced as the number of symbols to be recalled are increased. The material is appropriate for beginning readers, youngsters in remedial classes, and slow readers at all levels and ages.
Ann Arbor visual tracking materials have helped students for decades to develop short-term memory. Visual discrimination, fixations, left to right directionally, peripheral awareness, word recognition and saccadic eye movements.
- Paperback: 64 pages