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This product is a huge stuttering program I use with my elementary students. 14 Lesson plans WITH homework included.
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Page 4- The Parent Letter: Send this home to parents at the beginning of treatment.
Page 5- The Speech Machine Poster: Hang this in your classroom to refer to as a visual aid.
Page 6-7: Lesson 1: The Speech Machine. The goal of this lesson is to bring self awareness to our speech mechanisms and their role in the articulatory process.
Page 8-13: Interactive Book: Use this book for your students who need an extra visual.
Page 14: Lesson 2: Have your students trace their hands and write what they like and don’t like about themselves. The goal of this session is to build self-esteem when it comes to self-worth and the issue of stuttering.
Pages 15-17: Lesson 3: What Is Stuttering? Your student gets to discuss the definition and characteristics of stuttering.
Pages 18-23: Lesson 4: Feelings of Stuttering, Stuttering Journal, and Exercises. This is a great chance for your students to write and share their personal feelings.
Pages 24-25: Lesson 5: The Stuttering Ladder. Have your student write activities that would challenge them. Situations that make them uncomfortable, fearful, or nervous. Building a positive attitude is vital!
Pages 26-27: Lesson 6: Video Activity. Record your student to observe stuttering patters, behaviors, etc. Discuss with student and raise awareness!
Pages 28-30: Lesson 7: Fluency Shaping Strategies. Introduces Easy Onset and Light Articulatory Contacts.
Pages 31-33: Lesson 8: Fluency Shaping Strategies Continued. Rate Control and Constant Voicing.
Pages 34-35: Lesson 9: Stuttering Modifications Strategies: Pull-Out Method and Cancellation Technique.
Page 36: Lesson 10: Reading Sentences. Practice saying these sentences with the strategy of their choice.
Page 37: Lesson 11: Challenge Activities. Use these situations to induce stuttering to see if the student uses his/her strategies outside the therapy room. Have your students come up with their own situations as well.
Pages 38-39: Lesson 12: Bullying Hurts: Activities to discuss bullying, prevention, and what is and what is not bulling.
Pages 40-41: Lesson 13: Teacher Letter. Help your student brainstorm facts that the teacher would benefit from knowing. Facts about stuttering, tips on how to handle disfluent moments, and how to work with the student.
Pages 42-43: Lesson 14: Desk Generalizers. Visual cues to help your student remember to use his/her strategies in the classroom.
Page 44: Progress Monitoring Chart: Use this to track your students progress over 10 weeks.
Page 45: Weekly Speech Note. This is a great tool to communicate with parents and let them know what your are doing in your speech room.
Pages 46-48: Visuals to use during therapy
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Keywords: fluency, stuttering, speech therapy