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What is the difference between cues and prompts?
Last Updated: 3rd March, 2020
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Also to know is, whats the difference between a prompt and a cue?
A cue is when a person signals to you to dosomething. The cue for you to begin singing is whenthe music director raises both hands together. Cues aresigns given by people to make other people do things or instructthem to do things or to start to do things.
Also, what is the hierarchy of prompts? The prompt hierarchy is a system of cueing andwhen implemented, allows a student the opportunity to communicate.The cues are sequenced from least to most directive. Byimplementing in this order, the cues allow each student a greaternumber of opportunities to communicate.
Herein, what are prompts and cues?
Prompts are designed to lead the student to thecorrect answer or response. Cue: A cue is just a hintand does not lead the student to the correct answer.
What is an instructional cue?
Teacher Tip Sheet | Using Cues or Prompts Page1/2 Education Cues or prompts are used to help teach, remindand reinforce students' ability to do a particular task or use setof skills. Cues or prompts can be subtle, but should be easyto recognize and interpret for both staff andstudents.