I find it tough to take data on sequencing so I created this visual form for group work on three and four picture sequences. The top of the form is divided by student name and number of trials. When the student is putting a sequence together and they miss a key part of one of the pictures in their first attempt, the speech path can mark an X in the box that corresponds to the that picture.
The visual line-up of the sequence informs the speech path if the student has trouble keeping track of introductory information, information in the middle of the sequence to keep the story moving, or if the student has trouble wrapping up a conclusion.
The bottom of the form contains keywords that the student should include when they retell the story presented in the sequence. The English words are "First/Second/Third/Last" as well as other connecting words like "Now/Then/After." The Spanish words are "Primero/Segundo/Tercero/Ultimo" and "Ahora/Luego/Despues." The boxes after the words can be used to keep track of students' use of those words independently, with prompts, or with models.
This download includes four, landscape-oriented pages:
-Three Picture Sequence Data Sheet in English
-Three Picture Sequence Data Sheet in Spanish
-Four Picture Sequence Data Sheet in English
-Four Picture Sequence Data Sheet in Spanish
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