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Academic Readiness Intervention System (ARIS)
Based on the principles of ABA therapy, and adapted for the classroom, Language Builder: Academic Readiness Intervention System ... or ARIS for short... combines the trusted Language Builder Picture Card sets with 3D manipulatives, detailed lesson plans, black-line masters for various activity sheets, a system for record-keeping, and custom home communication forms, for the most complete Early Autism Education curriculum available today.
With all of these materials conveniently assembled in place, you have the most organized and easy-to-implement early autism education classroom kit available. Language Builder ARIS lets you spend less time planning lessons and searching for materials, and more time teaching!
Who Is ARIS For?
Language Builder: ARIS is specially designed to meet the needs of students with moderate to severe Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Lessons in the ARIS curriculum are ideal for students from preschool through elementary school, and may be appropriate for older students with learning challenges.
Language Builder: ARIS assembles, in our kit, critical materials needed by educators teaching students with moderate to severe ASD.
ARIS is ideal for ASD-only classrooms, preschools, head-start programs, and homeschool settings serving children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
How was ARIS Developed?
The Language Builder ARIS program is anchored in the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and adapted to be easily implemented by educators without formal ABA training.
ARIS lets educators adapt the lessons to individual students and to a variety of learning environments while ensuring that there are no gaps in the student’s progress toward academic readiness.
The lessons in ARIS follow a standards-based learning progression created by correlating to:
How Is ARIS Organized?
What Educators are saying About ARIS
The ARIS motor skills content category contains lessons that will support the development of the fine and gross motor skills which most typically developing children acquire prior to entering kindergarten.
Motor skills enable children to participate in social and play related activities such as coloring, crafts and puzzles; sports and recreation; self-help activities like feeding, grooming, and dressing themselves; actions of independent living like opening containers, drawers, and doors; and academic skills like writing.
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