It can be a challenge to find age-appropriate materials for older speech students, which is why I created this social skills digital card set specifically for students in upper elementary and older! NO PREP REQUIRED! Your speech and language students will love using this resource to work on pragma
This deck of BOOM CARDS contains 25 hypothetical conversations with conversational partners that are depicted in high quality, digital images (real life). Each card allows the student to formulate a relevant question or comment in an open ended text box provided on each card. There are no "correct"
This deck of BOOM CARDS contains 25 hypothetical conversations with conversational partners that are depicted in high quality, real life images! Each card allows the student to formulate a relevant question to ask by using an open ended text box provided on each card. There are no "correct" or "inco
PREVIEW AVAILABLE HERE!Practice keeping the conversation going with 30 FILL IN THE BLANK TEXT MESSAGE SCENARIOS featuring different communication partners! The conversation has been started for you in the first blue bubble. Determine appropriate and on topic responses to maintain the conversation &a
In this LEVELED Boom Card deck, teachers can select either a multiple choice option, an open response option, or a blank scene text option. Within the multiple choice and open response levels, students are presented with 25 hypothetical text messages. In the multiple choice level, student are asked
Description:6 different conversations for students to practice reciprocity, topic maintenance, perspective-taking and following hidden conversation rules!Preparation:Boom Cards™ are played on a computer or tablet so no printing, laminating or cutting is involved! You will need to:Download the PDF on
This deck of BOOM CARDS contains 25 hypothetical conversations regarding the holidays with conversational partners that are depicted in high quality, real life images! Each card allows the student to formulate a relevant question to ask by using an open ended text box provided on each card. There ar
This can be used with students displaying difficulties in conversation. It includes organizers that encourage turn-taking and back-and-forth exchange between communication partners. Great to use with partners or individually, having the student participate and predict responses as both partners. The
Instruction: Keep the conversation going by selecting the appropriate question or follow-up comment.Objective: Student will comment, ask questions appropriate to the activity and respond to questions or comments provided by peers for 3-4 conversational turns
There are 8 pages in this packet (the intro page, 5 predesigned pages, one blank template, and an answer key)
Worksheet 1: Students choose several possible comments that would be an appropriate response for one statement. This is formatted so that students can check their work independently becaus
Keep the Conversation Going is an excellent way to teach students how to have an engaging conversation. Prior to beginning literature circles, I have students complete this activity. It's fun, it teaches them interesting facts about their classmates, but more importantly, it helps students practi
This activity was designed for students who struggle with social skills and conversational skills. Resources and visual included help students think of things to discuss and share in a genuine conversation. Resources and information is also included to help teachers be more aware of recent events in
It is designed for a group of students (teenagers and adults) to help them become a better interlocutors. It teaches how to show interest in what your partner is saying and how to communicate with new people.
This activity addresses basic conversation skills using a brief social story about the importance of body posture, providing comments and asking questions specifically about something someone has said to help keep the conversation going and show people that we are listening. The activity concludes w
I use this visual during group speech therapy to help keep my kids who get stuck in an awkward pause to keep a conversation going. Instead of ALWAYS giving the maximum prompt "Billy... you can say X", you can use a simple pointer cue to encourage a more independent response.
The Pout-Pout Fish in the Big-Big Dark book extension activities for K-2 is a pack you could use at the beginning of the year to address fears, like going back to school, or used anytime during the year. It could also make a great addition to any unit of study on ocean animals. Your kids will be m
What an amazing book for a novel study! I love facilitating discussions using this novel with my class. Over the years I have added to and modified this pack to meet comprehension needs and to invite challenging discussions that spark my students' interest. I am so proud of all of these activities a
I use these labels on the bins that I keep on my students' desks and they are an absolute must! So much of the time students have no idea what to say to one another or where to begin, and this gives them the courage to ask questions or get the conversation going. They are a huge help in my inclusion
Print each card twice, put them both cards in a sheet protector so each expression is visible for everyone in the classroom. Use these cards when using TPRS to make your class more excited. Hand out different cards to several students (depending on your class size). As you are telling the story,
Print each card twice, put both cards in a sheet protector so each expression is visible for everyone in the classroom. Use these cards when using TPRS to make your class more excited. Hand out different cards to several students (depending on your class size). As you are telling the story, have
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50 jobs already made for you, but also EDITABLE! If you teach students who want to be Leaders when they grow up, then this is the perfect set of classroom jobs! Inspired by the idea that each student has his or her own special talent related to something in the "read world" that they would be great
Are you looking to introduce Comic Strip Conversations (originally mentioned by Carol Gray, the creator of Social Stories) to help with social skills, conversations, thoughts, feelings, politeness, friendship skills and expectations? #apr2019slpmusthaveCarol Gray mentioned how this is a great method