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Do you have students who have difficulty with listening skills and sequencing skills in your speech language therapy classroom? Many students in speech language therapy or with significant language disorders have difficulty with both of these skills.
Learning the order of things is essential to learning further language skills, including having a conversation, telling a story, understanding a story or book, understanding historical events, and even understanding what happens in science.
For many students with language disorders, understanding the sequence or order of events is difficult.
This resource includes 25 items for listening to a brief paragraph and then putting the events in order for routine sequences, as well as listening for less familiar sequences of events to order them.