This 80+ page study guide is a must have for graduate students. Topics include: AAC, Fluency Disorders, Voice Disorders, Anatomy, Child Language Disorders, Motor Speech Disorders, and MORE!
This super FUN and challenging lesson is great for your secondary- especially gifted-students. I use the day before Spring Break or the end-of-the- year to grab my students' attention. Do you know what a contronym is? It's an auto-antonym.
This is an activity to help work on preschool pronouns: She, He, His, Her, Him, etc. Cut out all thanksgiving items and place in a pumpkin, basket, or pot (anything that can hold 20+ cards) and then a child picks one. The child them chooses who to
Interesting and Informative nonfiction article activity & powerpoint. Get kids excited about reading and language using this engaging QR code article! Learn fun facts about uncommon languages while practicing common core ELA skills. Perfect
Use this chart as a cheat sheet for using vowels in their International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) forms.
Great for any beginner! The table format includes the letters in combination that make up the italian sounds. An english example of the pronunciation is included. There are also italian examples according to the sound. The english meanings are
This assignment contains examples of logical fallacies and asks students to figure out which fallacy it is. An answer key is included.
Enjoy this FREE PowerPoint of notes that guides you through the Parts of Speech (now called Form and Structure Classes) and the ten Sentence Patterns as a resource to complement the diagramming sentence worksheets I have posted.
Here are all 8 exercises -- that's 48 sentences -- to help students apply grammar and rhetoric to their writings. The students model the sentences and indirectly apply a myriad of rhetorical structures from clauses to absolute phrases. They learn
Flashcards with graphic designs of idioms with the idiom written.Change one letter to correct the idiom.Laminate and use when teaching idioms in a fun way.
This is an excel spreadsheet made to allow for quick, easy, and thorough analysis/reporting of a child's performance on the GFTA-3. You simply enter the errors that the child produces on each target word and the spreadsheet will generate charts
How can students figure out the meaning of words. Give them an advantage by introducing them to Greek and Latin Roots. When they know what the words parts mean, it is easier to figure out the whole word. This product comes with printouts for drawing
This is a reading activity for advanced high school Spanish students (or the equivalent in college). It is a collection of selections from Wikipedia on languages, their families, language origin, history of English and history of Spanish. There
This is a map of the United States labeled with names of tribes of Native Americans, Native languages, and geographical features. It is hard to find a good map for this topic, one that is legible and accurate. This one is very good.. The
This information packed powerpoint examines some of the laws that impact Deaf and hard of hearing students in various education settings. Some topics include: Laws · ADA vs IDEA vs 504 · Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) ·
The unit, written by Pierre Peterson, describes a system for teaching the main parts of speech that will absolutely work with students who are at least fluent in spoken English. It involves replacing an unknown part of speech with a common word
This PowerPoint will instruct your students on how to figure out the stressed syllable of a word, which is the first step in helping them learn to properly use written accent marks in Spanish. It includes explanations, easy-to-follow step-by-step
This 36-question quiz includes questions on word classification (aguda, llana, esdrujula); interrogative words; the use of accent marks with interrogative words and aguda, llana, and esdrujula words; and punctuation and capitalization. It is mainly
Test your students prior knowledge of world languages during National Foreign Language week, or any other time during the year. There are 14 multiple choice questions in Spanish about the origins of English, origins of Spanish and other world
Paired with grammar and linguistic instruction of American Sign Language (ASL), this worksheet offers additional rote practice changing verb tense (from simple present to simple past and simple future) in ASL. Worksheet can be used in combination
Welcome to my new series about important German words. In this series I present the main meaning as well as a my personal relation to a word. Students will learn about the word itself, synonyms and what the word means in German culture. They will
This is a fun, yet effective lesson. The lesson includes a list of eighty Nahuatl words from which twenty words are listed next to a colorful picture. Excellent way to remind students that a great number of Spanish words are derived from the
Playing Around with Sounds is a phonemic awareness game that is fun for beginning readers. This activity can be used at the beginning of the year after the students have practiced rhyming, counting sounds in a word, flipping (changing) the vowel