This worksheet is designed for articulation students with who are stimulable for correct production of their target sound, but aren't consistently able to discriminate correct versus incorrect production in their own speech. This worksheet gives them some ownership of the therapy session and an active role in the data collection process. In my ten years of experience as a speech language pathologist, I've found that once you give students some autonomy in the session and explain to them the purpose and reasons behind your work with them, they quickly become much more invested in the process and make progress more quickly (even with younger students). I've included an adaptable word document, so feel free to delete the : ) and : ( images and add actual pictures of your clients doing "thumbs up" and "thumbs down" gestures. That's what I do!
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