Paths to Literacy

for students who are blind or visually impaired

Talking Typer Tracking Forms

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I created forms to go along with the Talking Typer to document student progress. I have found this very handy to send home with progress notes and such throughout the school year. I have a LP (large print) one that I made for a student to keep track of the lessons herself as she was doing the lessons at home on her own so we could work on MS Word activities during our lesson time.

I also created a reteach page for when the student did not pass the individual lesson with the predetermined percent of mastery. We then would discuss how many times the student would redo the lesson before moving on...never more than 4. We would either work on it immediately, send it home as homework, or embed it into a later lesson.


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Posted by Carol Marshall


Posted by Jennifer Scott

Posted on July 14, 2014
Updated on: February 7, 2018

Previous comments for Talking Typer Tracking Forms

Jennifer Scott commented on July 29, 2014

A friend just told me about this site and to check your post specifically. This is neato! I can definitely use this with my students. Thank you so much for sharing!

Carol Marshall commented on July 15, 2014

I love this! I always hated saving the information on the computer as sometimes the software lost it or the software wouldn't save it at all. Wish I'd have thought of this!! Does APH know you did this and could make all of our lives easier??