Phonological Snapshot for SLPs - Freebie
This free Phonological Snapshot is designed to help speech language pathologists summarize a student’s phonological patterns or phonological disorder. This is especially helpful when writing present levels for an IEP, analyzing a speech sample for a report, or determining possible goal areas.
Included is a table to indicate which types of speech sounds (stops, velars, glides, fricatives, liquids, affricates, nasals, and blends) a student is using and in what positions, boxes to indicate any sound substitutions or omissions, a place to record sample words and utterances, description of common phonological processes, and a vowel reference chart to assist in transcribing utterances.
**Note: Thanks to your feedback, there are now two versions of the first page available - one with closed cells for each sound/position, and one with open cells!
As with all of products in this store, this is copyrighted by Natalie E. Snyders. Purchase of this item entitles you to use this in your own classroom/therapy room/SLP assignment only. Copying for other professionals, sharing the file directly via the internet, or re-selling of this item is strictly prohibited. Please direct others interested in using it back to the original source (this page).