Have you tried an Every Goal Unit for middle and high school speech students? If not, this unit is your perfect opportunity. Engage your students with the sounds and history of Motown Records. This upbeat Every Goal Unit is perfect for Black History Month or any time of year.
DIFFERENTIATED SPEECH THERAPY MATERIALS TO TARGET EVERY GOAL FOR YOUR JUNIOR HIGH & HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS.
Do these scenarios sound familiar?
You spend too much time at the copier finding an activity for each student.
Your groups are filled with students who all have different goals - How can you work on everybody's goals at once?
You can't find age-appropriate materials that mirror the curriculum.
"Every Goal" Speech Therapy Units are your solution to these common problems for the junior high & high school speech therapist.
"Every Goal" Speech Therapy Units are made for students in 6-12th grades. The unit is designed around an article that DIRECTLY correlates to all of the accompanying activities. Simply read the article and hand out assignments or ask questions based on the goals of EACH INDIVIDUAL student. "Every Goal" units work great for whole-class instruction too! Your prep work is eliminated, and you have more time to focus on your students.
Included materials: informational article (Motown Records) main idea/details, sequencing/critical reasoning, math word problems, narrative, pragmatics, grammar, vocabulary, and vocabulary post test and discussion questions.
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One more example to show you how I use these great units...
Student A: working on vocabulary and grammar
Student B: working on fluency
Student C: working on social skills
-All students listen to student B read an article about Walt Disney.
-The SLP does periodic comprehension checks for all.
*Student A begins working on the vocabulary packet from words included in the article (context clues and sentence writing always included)
*Student B will complete the narrative activity (example: discuss a personal failure and how you were able to overcome it)
*Student C will complete the pragmatics packet that includes figurative language and problem solving questions that relate back to the Walt Disney article.
-The SLP rotates through the students to make sure there are no questions and reviews/provides support as needed.