Language Fun with The Snowy Day Autism Differentiated Instruction

Language Fun with The Snowy Day Autism Differentiated Instruction
Language Fun with The Snowy Day Autism Differentiated Instruction
Language Fun with The Snowy Day Autism Differentiated Instruction
Language Fun with The Snowy Day Autism Differentiated Instruction
Language Fun with The Snowy Day Autism Differentiated Instruction
Language Fun with The Snowy Day Autism Differentiated Instruction
Language Fun with The Snowy Day Autism Differentiated Instruction
Language Fun with The Snowy Day Autism Differentiated Instruction
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Storybooks are used a lot in Speech-Language therapy to increase language skills and help student learn about story structure and narratives. You will find in this resource activities for at least 5 sessions to go with the book for:

1. vocabulary - including vocabulary cards, matching activities, card game ideas, definition matching, define & describe, compare & contrast, describing the setting, and an interactive notebook activity

2. recall and sequence - including what Peter did in the snow, what he did when he got home, and the story in total; using pictures with text, and/or sentences with & without picture supports

3. comprehension questions with multiple choice picture responses

4. a simple book report template

5. association activities for the seasons

6. a snowman shaped card to make with a simple writing assignment

7. a barrier game for giving and following directions

8. a phonological awareness activity for working with words/reading foundation skills

CCSS addressed include:

•Reading Literature 1.1: Ask and answer questions about key details in a text
•Reading Literature 1.2: Retell stories including key details, and demonstrate understanding of the central message
•Reading Literature 1.3: Describe characters, settings, major events in a story with key details.
•Reading Literature 1.4: Identify words and phrases in stories and poems that relay feelings or senses
•Reading Literature 1.6: Identify who is telling the story (at different points in the story if it changes)
•Reading Literature 1.7: Use illustrations and story details to describe characters, settings, events

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