Situational Discourse Semantic Model

The Situational-Discourse-Semantic Model enables adults to understand how to work within Common Core Standards.

Use the Situational Context to identify and manipulate the characteristics of the situation to better support learning. Use the Discourse Context to guide construction of narrative and expository text from simple sequences to highly interactive text structure. Use the Semantic Context to develop the child's levels of meaning used to process, talk, and write at higher levels from labels and descriptions to inferences, evaluations, and analogies.

SDS tools include manuals and boards to cue the various levels. The manuals provide complete guides for using the levels for learners from preK through adult. The perfect tool for Common Core Curriculum and collaboration with classroom teachers.

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