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A Picture's Worth: Pecs and Other Visual Communication Strategies in Autism
A Picture's Worth, the PECS primer written by the developers of the Picture Exchange Communication System, is now available in a second edition. This user-friendly guide introduces PECS, a simple and empowering communication tool in which partners exchange cards with photos or line drawings representing objects, attributes, and actions. A child or adult who has delayed or ...more
Paperback, 143 pages
Published November 30th 2011 by Woodbine House
(first published December 2001)
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This is a good book, but lacks in many areas of fully explaining how to teach PECS to children/students. A good introductory text to visual communication systems and behavior discussion but falls short of in-depth descriptions of how to fully utilize these tools.
Mar 28, 2008 Rebekah rated it 4 of 5 stars · review of another edition
Recommends it for: parents, special educators
Recommended to Rebekah by: required reading for grad school
This is a really helpful book that clearly outlines how to implement the use of PECS with students with autism. The book is clearly outlined, lessons are very to the point, and in general it just feels like an efficient but meaningful read.