How good are you at talking into your cell phone? Probably pretty good, huh?
 
I beg to differ. šŸ˜‰
 
Maybe you’re ok at talking to your friends or parents… but what about talk into your dictation app?
A couple months ago a 7th grade client got into a gnarly accident that has put his arm in a cast. That means writing with his hands is super hard, and sometimes impossible.
 
I have other clients who have specific learning disabilities that make it super hard for them to write and type essays, but they sure are good at talking their ideas out loud.
 
In both these situations, there’s a skills these clients NEED that would help them be better able to take advantage of their phones.
 
Yes, it involves dictation, but it’s a particular skill when dictating that I’d like ever student to build this summer.
 
Watch the video to find out more:
And if you’re in a hurry, here’s a copy of the white board that will give you a hint:
Even if you don’t think you’ll ever need this skill, I swear you’ll be grateful you spent the summer getting good at it.