and Patrice Bucheli
We put together this PowerPoint for our students with CVI and it was used based on a student's CVI Range Score. The goal was to provide 2-D images and concepts that allowed us to work on a variety of lessons to discuss salient features and comparative language.
Using PowerPoint Features to Adapt Lessons for Students with CVI
We wanted to have something that used their preferred color (red), along with movement (using the animation feature on PowerPoint) and slides with increasing complexity. In addition, we used the glow feature in PowerPoint to outline words and shapes, following bubbling concept that has been recommended by Dr. Christine Roman to help to draw attention to the shape.
These were designed so that we can use as few or as many of the progressions as makes sense for our students. The progressions in the book were also meant to supplement or add an additional activity to a lesson. We focused on simple counting and numbers, as well as identification of some basic shapes and images. The students have been working on basic concepts, such as big and little, as well as identification of colors, shapes, and real objects using actual items from their environment prior to the introduction and of this PowerPoint activity.