Receptive Expressive Language Game: Occupations: Who is at the Door?

Receptive Expressive Language Game: Occupations: Who is at the Door?
Receptive Expressive Language Game: Occupations: Who is at the Door?
Receptive Expressive Language Game: Occupations: Who is at the Door?
Receptive Expressive Language Game: Occupations: Who is at the Door?
Receptive Expressive Language Game: Occupations: Who is at the Door?
Receptive Expressive Language Game: Occupations: Who is at the Door?
Receptive Expressive Language Game: Occupations: Who is at the Door?
Receptive Expressive Language Game: Occupations: Who is at the Door?
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Who is at the door? Receptive and Expressive Language Game for Occupations/Jobs. Vocabulary development is an important part of language development. When you work with categories it is easier for a student to learn new vocabulary words as they have a way to cognitively organize the words. Students also need assistance with giving descriptions. This fun game that comes with visual supports can assist your students with both. This can be used by teachers, special educators, speech and language pathologists, home schoolers and after-school programs. It can also become a fun family game.

It is career day at your school and many occupations are coming to your classroom door. Who is at the door? Try to give clues to your classmates so they can guess who is at the door?

This is a receptive/expressive language activity that can be played multiple ways.

Have the child pick a card and not show it to the others. The other students can try to guess who is at the door. (visual supports included).

Have the group know who is at the door. You can have the child leave the room and you show the group and then the child comes back in or you have the child sit in a chair with his back to the class and someone can hold the card up.

If you allow the child the ability to pick their own it becomes a social skills lesson as students put both the clues about the occupation and their knowledge of the friend to guess what their friend might pick.

This is an excellent game to teach how to use descriptors and give critical details

5 Pages of Question Clues

52 Occupations ranging from simple ( fireman) to more complex ( arborist) so can be differentiated according to the needs of the group.

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