This packet is created to help teachers implement support for a student with an articulation delay in the classroom. You don't have to know anything about speech therapy to do interventions with your student with this binder. I'm going to lead you, step by step, with teacher scripts and student worksheets, through an RtI program for your student.
To qualify for special education services, students must demonstrate two things. First, educational impact (checklists included to document academic and social impact). Second, lack of response to interventions or ongoing need for significant interventions. This packet helps you prove both with data. If you take a concern to your special education team and have data to prove a student isn't progressing with your help, you have documented the need for specialized instruction from a speech-language pathologist.
This packet is 65 pages in length giving you a lot of support. The best part is, even if you don't have time to read and develop an RtI program for your student, you can download and immediately start using the Sound Eliciting Teacher Scripts. They tell you exactly what to say to your student to help him/her say each sound.
This packet will provide you with a basic system for screening your student, identifying errors, providing a series of intervention strategies, and progress monitoring success. Please always consult with your school speech-language pathologist before you begin the RtI process with a student
RtI: Articulation Roles and Responsibilities of the Teacher/SLP
Educational Impact Form
Parent Input/Permission Form
Teacher Strategies List
Sample Screening Forms
Student Information Sheet
Articulation Quick Screener
Student Practice Calendar
Student Data Collection Worksheet
Sound Scripts & Student Worksheets
Sound Practice Worksheets
Sounds Screened includes: K, G, F, V, R, SH, CH, TH, K, J, S, Z, S blends, L blends
Sounds included in scripts include: S, Z, K, G, CH, J, SH, F, V, L, TH, R, S blends, L blends
Please take a look at the included preview above and determine if this packet is appropriate for your needs. You can leave a question or email me email@example.com with any specific questions.