Target listening comprehension with these task cards! 15 categories of tasks each with 10 task cards. These task cards can be easily turned into a game using any of your favorite board games, dice, and more!
Types of tasks include:
Get all of my speech therapy games that incorporate following directions with vocabulary tasks - synonyms/antonyms, categories, noun labeling, and associations (coming soon --- mixed vocabulary tasks!). These products allows you to target vocabulary concepts. All directions are targeted in 4 formats: 2 step sequential, 3 step sequential, temporal, and conditional. Students will also be working on various actions, as well as concepts related to those actions, such as objects, body parts, qualitative features, and more!
Labeling: 60 photo cards
Categories: 30 categories, providing the category label and naming items in a category
Associations: 3 formats: identifying associated words, naming associated words, and explaining associated words
Synonyms/antonyms: twenty synonym directions and twenty antonym directions
Get your kids moving with this great auditory and kinesthetic activity!
Go beyond discrete trials for reading/listening comprehension and teach your students strategies! Improve their comprehension and generalize their skills to the classroom with this packet designed to teach 12 strategies for improving comprehension skills.
1. Listening/looking for key words
2. Taking notes
3. Picturing information
4. Asking questions
5. Making it personal
6. Creating rhymes and songs
7. Creating stories
8. Making inferences and predictions
9. Chunking information
10. Using acronyms and acrostics
11. Using what you know
12. Repeating information
In the packet, you will receive:
- a "cheat sheet" listing and describing the 12 strategies
- a student questionnaire and knowledge chart to assess your students' knowledge of the strategies
- 50+ tasks cards to practice identifying the strategies in action
- rubrics for students and slps to rate use of strategies
Auditory comprehension short stories of 4 sentences are perfect for targeting listening skills. Each story is presented on a large task card. Four additional task cards are provided for each story with 4 question types: main idea, key details, concrete WH questions, and inferential WH questions. There are ten stories, with more to come as the year progresses!
Students who struggle with comprehension - both oral and written - often need assistance making connections between what they are hearing/writing and how to use it.
These graphic organizers are designed to train students through a process for better comprehension and retention. Four pages prep students to ready themselves to read/listen, make predictions, identify key story elements, identify areas of confusion, and use the information to summarize.
Additional graphic organizers walk students through identified areas of confusion by providing a framework for researching unknown words or concepts from the story.