Do your students struggle with semantic relationships? The Making of Meaningful Relationships brings a cute movie theme with a product that addresses the following relationships: comparative, sequential, spatial and time relations as well as passive voice.
Strategies for auditory memory that can be targeted with this product:
Identifying key concepts: highlight the most important ideas presented orally
Paraphrasing: restating and putting ideas into one’s own words
Visualizing (creating/manipulating pictures): using mental images to depict orally presented material
Reference consulted: Linguisystems, No Glamour Memory (There is no affiliation nor endorsement for this product.)
This product contains question cards and cue cards for each of the following relationships:
11 Comparative relationship cards: stronger, heavier, warmer, brighter, shorter, louder, faster, colder, easier, and larger
11 Comparative cue cards provide choices for a visual cue. If laminated, students can use dry erase markers to relate items in comparison to the target word.
11 spatial relationship cards: next to, behind, under, in front, end, over, right, left, across, through, etc.
spatial relationship page targeting the strategy of mental imagery and visualizing/drawing
11 passive relationships: passive tense sentences with answer choices
11 passive cue cards: indicating active and passive sentence forms
Additional practice worksheet to explicitly teacher active and passive sentences.
11 temporal and sequential relationships: comparing numbers, alphabetical order, days of the week, months of the year, time, grade
Cue cards with sequence and time relation visuals: days of the week, months of the year, time, grade, and alphabet
Cue/strategy cards included for each type of relationship.
An open-ended game with a movie theme is also included.
Created by Sparklle SLP
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