Hello! Thank you for looking at Marvelous March Language Processing Activities.
I created these activities for my students who have diverse language processing goals. These lessons were created to help improve the short-term memory, listening comprehension, auditory processing, receptive language with regard to understanding specific linguistic concepts and completing directives containing them, while having fun doing completing the activities – ALL AROUND A MARCH THEME!!!
Lesson #1 – Rainy Day Reasoning – Why questions presented all around a rain theme – 3 pages, 4 scenarios per page – 12 in all.
Rainy Day Verbal Problem Solving – Problem solving scenarios presented around a rainy day them – 2 pages, 8 scenarios.
Preparing for spring verbal problem solving – 2 pages – 8 scenarios – All functional for students.
Lesson #2 – Following Directions containing linguistic spatial –location and positional concepts, such as, closest to, next to, farthest from , first-fifth, beginning/end, to the right/left of, between, center, middle, fist/last, fourth-fifth, in front of, behind, separated by, second to last, behind the first – ALL around a March theme!!! --- 3 pages, 17 + concepts, parent note to explain the lesson, directions included, assessment of concepts included.
Lesson #3 – Manipulating pieces to follow directives (FOUR LESSONS) – In ‘Farmer’s Apprentice’ students will manipulate farm pieces to demonstrate comprehension of concepts – upper right hand corner, left hand corner, in between, draw in the center, draw next to the right of, into and ‘and’/
‘Rainy Day in March Scene’ – Concepts – large, small, draw a square, oval, both, middle, over, next to, bottom, empty, two.
‘Leprechauns’ Playground’ – Concepts – in, bigger, smaller, upper, top, with, without, under, etc.
‘Spring Fair Bunnies’ – Specificity of language – and behind, on top, out, in between, next to, etc.
My students just loves these in black or white and in color, they LOVE to take them home and show their parents! ALL ARE AROUND A MARCH THEME!
Directions and parent note included for these lessons.
Lesson #4- Auditory Comprehension of information by responding to varied ‘wh’ questions after listening to paragraphs. For this lesson, either I read, or my students read the paragraphs and ask the questions! All around MARCH THEME! 4 paragraphs about the rain, 18 paragraphs about St. Patrick’s Day, 6 paragraphs about spring gardening.
Lesson #5 – Processing questions – Again, all around a MARCH theme –
Always, sometimes never questions – 12
Before /after following directions
Conditional if… then following conditions.
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