Articulation Practice: mixed /r/ words Google Form

Articulation Practice: mixed /r/ words Google Form
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This is a Google Form for practicing the /r/-initial and vocalic /r/ sounds at the word level. It includes a mixture of all the different vocalic /r/ phonemes. You can use it in your own speech therapy, or you can email it to parents and older students/clients for home practice. Once a student/client completes the form, you can see how they did and get email notifications.

What sets this apart from other speech therapy homework?!? GIFs! That's right: This form has short repeating videos - much more interesting than a boring piece of paper!

When you download this product, you will receive a PDF with a link to make a copy of this form onto your own Google Drive. Note: You will need a Google account to use this product (but they are free to create!)

This Google Form includes 20 /r/ words in an aesthetically pleasing and engaging format. The form requires the student/client to say each word 4 times, for a total of 80 trials. Once the student/client/parent hits "Submit" at the end of the form, it will automatically tell them how many they said correctly out of 80! This also makes it easy for you to get a percentage of their productions (you can view their responses after they submit the form).

For questions or comments, email me at SpeechLanguageTechnologist@gmail.com

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