Evidence-based narrative and language goals to use with SEASONAL BOOKS in Speech Therapy. This is a growing bundle and will include a full year of seasonal book lesson plans.
Speech-language pathologists can effectively treat children with literacy disorders, (reading, spelling, and writing deficits including dyslexia) from preschool through elementary.
This no-prep resource will give you the knowledge and confidence to implement literacy-based speech therapy.
Effective reading instruction can be cohesively integrated into speech-language therapy sessions in order to improve the literacy abilities of children with speech sound disorders, language disorders, and learning disabilities.
This currently includes:
> Valentine's Day - 2 books
> Spring Book Companions - 4 books
Coming soon (purchase now to get all future companions added) - summer, Back To School, fall, Haloween, winter, Christmas
Each set will have a minimum of 2 books and up to 6.
***you can download a list of planned books - click the green preview button below picture thumbnail.
> 1-page book companion addressing: background knowledge, theme, setting, plot, vocabulary, WH and recall questions, inferencing, social/emotional, grammar, character analysis, point of view, extension activities
> Informal narrative assessment (macrostructure & microstructure)
> Phonological Assessment
> Standards alignment for speech and language goals
> Pre Reading Strategies
> During Reading Strategies
> Post Reading Strategies
> No Prep Student Activity Pages: vocabulary words, character analysis, problem-solving, cause/effect, figurative language, initial sound selection, syllable selection, and more
> Sticky Notes
> Evidence-Based Best Practices, Assessment Guide, Goal Selection Guide, and Session strategies
-editable templates to create your own 1-page book companions
-editable sticky note templates
-binder covers (multiple options)
-student notebook covers (multiple options)
This resource is appropriate for Kindergarten - Upper Elementary
ASHA’s statement: SLP’s play a critical and direct role in literacy development, due to established connections between spoken and written language.
“More than half of children with SSD experience difficulties with reading.” (Bishop & Adams, et al 1990.)
“52% of children with language impairments also have reading difficulties.” (Tomblin, et al 2000.)
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