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Writing Grammar & Syntax Goals for Speech Language Therapy
Have you ever found yourself thinking "Where do I even start?" when it comes to writing grammar and syntax goals? Use this FREE color-coded spreadsheet based on the available research on syntax and grammar that you can use to help identify grammatical targets for the children you work with in speech and language therapy!
Feedback is a powerful teaching tool (Hattie &Timperley, 2007). Learn all about 3 key characteristics for providing corrective feedback to students in speech and language therapy sessions! Speech Therapy, Pre School, Story Retell, Active Listening, Teaching Tools, Helpful Hints
3 Characteristics for Providing Corrective Feedback in Speech Therapy
Feedback is a powerful teaching tool (Hattie &Timperley, 2007). Learn all about 3 key characteristics for providing corrective feedback to students in speech and language therapy sessions!
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Targeting Syntactic Language Skills in Literacy-Based Therapy Sessions
Learn more about targeting syntactic and grammatical language skills with any book in speech and language therapy sessions!
Semantic activities focus on learning new vocabulary and/or thinking about words and their relationships. Learn more about targeting semantic language skills with any book in speech and language therapy sessions! Prefixes And Suffixes, Synonyms And Antonyms, Describing Words, Root Words, Skills Activities, Language Activities, Basic Concepts
Targeting Semantic Language Skills in Literacy-Based Therapy Sessions
Semantic activities focus on learning new vocabulary and/or thinking about words and their relationships. Learn more about targeting semantic language skills with any book in speech and language therapy sessions!
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8 Ideas for Targeting Vocabulary Words in Literacy-Based Therapy Sessions
Here are EIGHT fun activity ideas to target vocabulary words in your literacy-based therapy sessions! Use these engaging activities with any book to support your students language skills in speech and language therapy!
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9 Ideas for Targeting Complex Sentences in Literacy-Based Therapy Sessions
Here are NINE fun activity ideas to target complex sentences in your literacy-based therapy sessions! Use these engaging activities with any book to support your students language skills in speech and language therapy!
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9 Ideas for Targeting Synonyms & Antonyms in Speech Therapy
Here are NINE fun activity ideas to target synonyms and antonyms in your literacy-based therapy sessions! Use these engaging activities with any book to support your students language skills in speech and language therapy!
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9 Ideas for Targeting Prefixes & Suffixes in Speech Therapy
Here are NINE fun activity ideas to target prefixes and suffixes in your literacy-based therapy sessions! Use these engaging activities with any book to support your students language skills in speech and language therapy!
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8 Ideas for Targeting Describing & Categories in Speech Therapy
Here are EIGHT fun activity ideas to target describing and categories in your literacy-based therapy sessions! Use these engaging activities with any book to support your students language skills in speech and language therapy!
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Halloween Activities & Freebies for Speech Therapy
This blog post has all things monsters, witches, mummies, haunted houses, and more! Check out some of the awesome Halloween themed digital and printable activities and freebies for speech therapy!
Here's a quick breakdown/refresher on the PEER sequence using in dialogic reading! This strategy works to support language skills and increase engagement with the story during shared storybook reading! Literacy, Story Reading, Speech Pathology, Increase Engagement
Dialogic Reading PEER Sequence During Shared Story Reading in Speech Therapy
Here's a quick breakdown/refresher on the PEER sequence using in dialogic reading! This strategy works to support language skills and increase engagement with the story during shared storybook reading!
Click here to learn about CROWD prompts and see many examples of how you can use them during shared storybook reading in speech and language therapy sessions! Reading Prompts, To Learn
Dialogic Reading CROWD Prompts for Shared Story Reading in Speech Therapy
Click here to learn about CROWD prompts and see many examples of how you can use them during shared storybook reading in speech and language therapy sessions!
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Multi-sensory Storytelling in Speech Therapy
Have you heard of multi-sensory storytelling? It's a fun way to support engagement and interactions with the story you're reading, as well as vocabulary development! "The cross-study results are clear: a greater number of sensory experiences support early lexical acquisition and recognition" (Seidl et al., 2023).
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Using Hypothetical Statements During Shared Story Reading in Speech Therapy
A study by Lohse et al., (2022) found when using hypothetical statements rather than instructive statements, children’s responses were longer and contained more self-generated explanations.
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Dialogic Reading During Shared Story Reading in Speech Therapy
“Dialogic reading draws on sociocultural learning theory to suggest that scaffolded interactions between children and adults during reading will result in language gains, particularly with regard to vocabulary development, oral complexity and narrative skills.” (Watkins, 2018)