Argumentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) is a system or device mainly shaped to help individuals with limited skills or nonverbal communication communicate with others. I can introduce the AAC system to pupils by first finding a suitable device that I will use to teach them. Some of the AAC devices I may use include eye gaze, gestures, facial expressions, and sign language. After device identification, modeling will be the following procedure because the young users will need to see how instructors can use the selected device.
The young users will need to feel comfortable, which can only come when they see someone else using the same machine. It is essential to model the communication on an AAC device because the children will learn to hear what everyone around them speaks. Thirdly, I will be prompt, consistent, and appropriate to immediately respond to the young users ‘ requests. The consistent responses will enable the children to understand how to make requests or say something they require to get them.