Sequencing Objects

SUCCESSIVE PROCESSING is a cognitive skill that involves the young person being able to identify the sequence of something and reproduce this. Spelling of Sight words requires the ability to remember the VISUAL sequence of letters h+e+r+e = here. Putting sounds into an order for phonic words is PHONEMEIC sequence. Letter formation also requires a specific MOTOR sequence with a specific starting point and directional movement to produce it correctly. Understanding the sequence of a story is involved in SYNTAX.