Use This Body Language Cheat Sheet to Decode Common Non-Verbal Cues - GREAT!

Use This Body Language Cheat Sheet to Decode Common Non-Verbal Cues

Use This Body Language Cheat Sheet to Decode Common Non-Verbal Cues - GREAT!

Metalinguistic Cues - descriptions, imagery and verbal cues for stimulating sound production. Thanks to Caroline Bowen (http://speech-language-therapy.com/pdf/metalinguisticcues.pdf)

Metalinguistic Cues - descriptions, imagery and verbal cues for stimulating sound production. Thanks to Caroline Bowen (http://speech-language-therapy.com/pdf/metalinguisticcues.pdf)

How to Teach Handwriting successfully

How to Teach Handwriting Successfully

Handwriting Without Tears Letter Formation Chart - the Occupational Therapists at my school have great results with this program

I love this video.  It's the best video example of conversation skills I have found.   Yes, it's dated, but it does the job.  Great for perspective taking, and determining non-verbals, and the kids love that it's on YouTube. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources @sostherapy.

I love this video. It's the best video example of conversation skills I have found. Yes, it's dated, but it does the job. Great for perspective taking, and determining non-verbals, and the kids love that it's on YouTube. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources @sostherapy.

The Right Word: Reducing Errors in Verbal Cue Discrimination | eileenanddogs

The Right Word: Reducing Errors in Verbal Cue Discrimination | eileenanddogs

A 6-session, no prep group to help students learn conversation skills! Students will learn ways to start and maintain conversations, the importance of non verbal cues and how to give and receive compliments. Each session includes and objective, and activity, and pre and post activity discussion points. There is also a survey to use for data collection as well as two bonus activities! Session 1: Intro To Conversation Session 2: Starting A Conversation

6 Session Conversation Skills Group {No Prep!}

A 6-session, no prep group to help students learn conversation skills! Students will learn ways to start and maintain conversations, the importance of non verbal cues and how to give and receive compliments. Each session includes and objective, and activity, and pre and post activity discussion points. There is also a survey to use for data collection as well as two bonus activities! Session 1: Intro To Conversation Session 2: Starting A Conversation

Spelling: Self-Correction with Verbal Cues | Intervention Central  The student takes a brief spelling pre-test, follows a self-guided process to check and correct spelling errors using verbal cues, and then takes a spelling post-test (adapted from Gettinger, 1985).

Spelling: Self-Correction with Verbal Cues | Intervention Central The student takes a brief spelling pre-test, follows a self-guided process to check and correct spelling errors using verbal cues, and then takes a spelling post-test (adapted from Gettinger, 1985).

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