Visual, Picture, Written Prompts/Cues

  • At times, students may need additional assistance with starting or completing a task.  A student may needs cues to support and encourage the student to initiate or continue a task that he/she has previously performed.  While prompts are used to directly assist the student in completing the task.

    Examples of Visual/Picture/Written Cues:

    Written directions, arrows, color-coding, or utilization of manipulatives.

    Examples of Visual/Picture/Written Prompts:

    Step-by-step instructions or directions towards completing a task.

Math Strategies for Teaching Place Value in Elementary School

Concrete-Representational-Abstract Instructional Model