This 48-page guide is intended to provide a comprehensive and systematic approach to traditional articulation therapy.
Although the process of traditional articulation therapy is rather straightforward (start with sounds in isolation and work your way up), I have found that having all the steps written down with a place to record all my data helps me stay organized and prepared. This is especially helpful with mixed groups of articulation students, all practicing different sounds at different levels.
This approach also places an emphasis on sound awareness and sound discrimination, the basis for self-correction. I have found that when I incorporate these activities early on in therapy, my students tend to progress more quickly because they understand the importance of listening for correct and incorrect sound productions.
I hope this guide can help you feel more organized while resulting in faster progress for your students!
You might also be interested in these articulation resources in my shop:
Common Words for Articulation Practice - All Consonant SoundsCustomizable Articulation HomeworkArticulation Warmups100 Sounds