Marion Blank created four levels of questioning. 1. Matching Perception - Reporting and responding to salient information. The objects being discussed are in. Items 7 - 12 - Level 16 Questions that use “Which one” for Identification. outlined in Spectacular Bond: Reaching the Child with Autism by Dr. Marion Blank. Language Development and Bilingualism Module. The Four Stages of Blanks Questions. Blank Questions – Level 1. Look at it!! - These questions are related.
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They are beginning to use higher-order thinking skills. Level 4 The child has to reason beyond what is seen, heard or said. He needs to draw on past experiences, make parallels examine causes and likely effects as well as justify the decision made.
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Involve problem solving, predictions, solutions and explanations. Require own knowledge and thinking about the future and past.
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The Three Little Pigs with Blanks Level Questions
Now the child is not dealing with immediate experiences. The objects may or may not be present.
The child must use language to restructure and reorder their experiences. They must attend to less prominent information to achieve the correct response. The child will also be required to use language to talk about language.
Reasoning about Perception - Using language to predict, reason and problem solve. The child must reason what may, might, could or would happen to objects, people or events in response to questions and statements.
This is the beginning of problem solving and reasoning as the child must go beyond what he can perceive directly.