The Antecedent
Learner Behavior
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3.6 Combining Verbal and Non-Verbal Methods

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Sometimes you can combine a verbal and a nonverbal method of getting attention.  For example, you could say “Look” while running your finger across the array.  However, do NOT use more than one verbal and one nonverbal method of getting attention. And do NOT use all of them together. The more of these methods that we use together, the more muddled or overwhelming they may be for the learner.

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Avatar Saba Shahirdavarpanah February 3, 2024 at 2:38 pm

It is essential to avoid repeating your verbal cues to get the learner’s attention.

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