Language Practice: Idioms 2 Google Form for Speech Therapy and English/LA

Language Practice: Idioms 2 Google Form for Speech Therapy and English/LA
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This is a Google Form for practicing the IDIOMS language skill. You can use it in your own speech therapy or classroom, or you can email it to parents for home practice. Once a student/client completes the form, you can see how they did and get email notifications.

When you download this product, you will receive a PDF with a link to make a copy of this form onto your own Google Drive. The PDF has 3 versions of the same Google Form: one to target receptive language, one to target expressive language, and one for data collection. All three have the same context stories and idioms, but the difference is in the answer options. Each passage/idiom is on its own page to help with viewing on mobile screens and student focus.

The receptive form has four answer choices for the user to select from. The answer options will shuffle and the “correct” answer option is the, well, correct answer. The expressive language form has short answer questions in which the user types in their answer. These two forms are ideal for sending to parents for home practice, and can also be used in therapy!

The data collection form has four answer choices: Independent, Minimal cues, Moderate cues, and Maximum cues. The answer options will not shuffle and the “correct” answer is “Independent” so that when you view the results the X/10 number is the number of items answered independently. This form is ideal for using in therapy!

Note: You will need a Google account to use this product (but they are free to create!)

This Google Form includes 10 items in an aesthetically pleasing and engaging format. A short story is given to provide context clues, and then a question is presented asking for the definition of the idiom. The following idioms are included:

  • Call it a day
  • Easy does it
  • Get out of hand
  • Get your act together
  • You can say that again
  • Hang in there
  • It’s not rocket science
  • Miss the boat
  • Pull your leg
  • Bent out of shape

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