Engaging students who stutter can be difficult! These task cards were developed to encourage communication on several different levels:
- 20 conversational starters that encourage easy onset, pausing and slow speech, planning your words, stretching, light contacts, cancellations, pull-outs, stuttering on purpose, and bouncing
- 20 discussion cards that encourage students to think about their feelings and reactions to stuttering
- 20 academic starters that encourageeasy onset, pausing and slow speech, planning your words, stretching, light contacts, cancellations, pull-outs, stuttering on purpose, and bouncing
- 20 discussion cards that encourage students to learn facts about stuttering
FLUENCY STRATEGY MONITORING CHARTS
This is a small packet to aid in monitoring your students use of fluency shaping and modification techniques. It includes anchor charts for your students to use that provides simplified descriptions of shaping and modification techniques. It also includes monitoring sheets for each technique that includes places to mark goals for using the strategy effectively, levels of production (word, phrase, sentence, conversation), and the person monitoring (SLP, self, peer, teacher, parent/adult).
STRATEGY CUEING STRIPS
Cueing and scaffolding are often needed to help students generalize skills and strategies they have learned to manage their stuttering. These simple cue cards provide a visual aid that can be used across a variety of activities.