Categories Word Retrieval/Vocabulary Activity for Speech Therapy

Categories Word Retrieval/Vocabulary Activity for Speech Therapy
Categories Word Retrieval/Vocabulary Activity for Speech Therapy
Categories Word Retrieval/Vocabulary Activity for Speech Therapy
Categories Word Retrieval/Vocabulary Activity for Speech Therapy
Categories Word Retrieval/Vocabulary Activity for Speech Therapy
Categories Word Retrieval/Vocabulary Activity for Speech Therapy
Categories Word Retrieval/Vocabulary Activity for Speech Therapy
Categories Word Retrieval/Vocabulary Activity for Speech Therapy
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Target the fourth tier of the language processing hierarchy with your older students using this categorization and classifying unit!

After mastering the ability to name/label objects, demonstrate knowledge of their function, and develop knowledge of a variety of words and concepts associated with them, students are ready to begin identifying and stating category labels for items. This allows students to appropriately group items, forming the basis for future skills including recognizing similarities and differences and providing multiple meanings and is key to being able to complete analogies.

This unit was designed with older students in mind, using black & white text as stimuli without visual aids. A variety of activities are available, including sorting cards, worksheets, and task cards. Activities require both closed-ended answer and open-ended answers to target both expressive and receptive knowledge of categorization.

- Sorting cards (10 words per each of the 26 categories) --- sort words into the correct category

- Matching cards (10 category labels + definitions) --- match category labels (fruit, furniture, etc...) to their definition

- Choose the Right Answer Worksheet (6) ---- an answer bank of category labels used to classify the word lists in each of 10 sentences + an answer bank of items used to replace the item of the same category in each of 10 sentences

- Give Me the Right Answer Worksheet (5) --- identify whether a stated object/category label is true or false

- Fill in the Blank (6) --- 1. Complete a sentence with the appropriate category label for a list of 3 objects 2. Complete a sentence with a 3rd example of a category label

- Compare/Contrast (5) --- Compare and contrast 2 similar objects of different categories

- Narrative Writing (1) --- Write a story using examples of 5 given category labels

- Task Cards (18) --- 1. Identify if a stated category label/object relationship is true or false 2. Answer yes/no to a category label/object relationship 3. State the category label of a given object

- Category Sticky Note Answers --- A selection of category label cards are provided for students to list examples of using their sticky notes. Then, take turns discussing the answers as a group!

- Draw Your Own Category Items --- A selection of category label cards are provided for students to draw examples of.

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Interested in the first three tiers of the hierarchy? Check out NAMING, ASSOCIATIONS, and OBJECT FUNCTION.

Keep moving through the next tiers of the hierarchy using my units for SYNONYMS & ANTONYMS, COMPARING & CONTRASTING, MULTIPLE MEANING WORDS, and HOMOPHONES.

Want additional activities to target these skills? I've got you covered!

Practice following directions/comprehension with ASSOCIATIONS, CATEGORIES, and SYNONYMS & ANTONYMS.

Work on a variety of language processing skills with these TASK CARDS or with this BASKETBALL GAME.

Want to quick and informally assess vocabulary and language processing skills? Check out this quick and easyWORD RETRIEVAL MONITORING or this LANGUAGE BASELINE.

And of course, you can get all of my vocabulary activities and units in the VOCAB BUNDLE!

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A Happy Learner provides materials & resources developed by an ASHA Certified Speech-Language Pathologist in her 6th year working in the public school system. During these 6 years, she has worked with students ranging from Pre-K to High School. With an initial placement in a 6th-8th grade middle school setting, developing materials for older students remains a passion. When not working or creating, you'll probably find her reading fantasy fiction, drinking a cuppa, or planning her next adventure abroad.

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