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SH - CH Minimal Pairs Sound Production Practice

SH - CH Minimal Pairs Sound Production Practice
SH - CH Minimal Pairs Sound Production Practice
SH - CH Minimal Pairs Sound Production Practice
SH - CH Minimal Pairs Sound Production Practice
SH - CH Minimal Pairs Sound Production Practice
SH - CH Minimal Pairs Sound Production Practice
SH - CH Minimal Pairs Sound Production Practice
SH - CH Minimal Pairs Sound Production Practice
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Practice production of “sh” and “ch” words using their minimal pairs for contrast. Activities include-
•Visual cue cards
•Auditory bombardment
•Word level sound production
•Sentence level production with contrasting sounds
•Roll the Dice Game
•I have/Who has? Game

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For the I have Who has game, I mix the cards up and divide them between the students in the group. (I like to use card holders that I got from superduperinc.com or we just lay them on the table if holding the set is too tricky for the little hands.) We talk about what number we would look for to show up the beginning or the start and then I ask if anyone has that number. They start the game by reading (or repeating me if they need help with reading) "I have the first card". Then they ask the question "Who has sheep?". All students look for SHEEP on the top of their card...the one who has it reads/repeats the sentence then asks their follow up question. You can target word level or sentence level and you can let students be as supported or independent as needed. It's a fun game to encourage interaction, questioning, and listening also.

For the roll the dice game, there are many options and you can get creative with how you apply it to your kids. Basically you roll the dice and the number you roll is the set of words you practice that turn. Can be done at word or sentence level. They could ask a question using a word from the set, create a sentence, or read/repeat the word list. Since this contrasts sh/ch placement, you could also assign a number for each one...for example if you roll #1 you find the ch word in that list, #4 sh. You could also have #1 speaking #4 writing a word. So many options :)

Emily Richardson, M.S., CCC-SLP 2012
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