What Will Happen Making Predictions for Speech Language Special Education

What Will Happen Making Predictions for Speech Language Special Education
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What Will Happen Making Predictions for Speech Language Special Education
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What Will Happen Making Predictions for Speech Language Special Education
What Will Happen Making Predictions for Speech Language Special Education
What Will Happen Making Predictions for Speech Language Special Education
What Will Happen Making Predictions for Speech Language Special Education
What Will Happen Making Predictions for Speech Language Special Education
What Will Happen Making Predictions for Speech Language Special Education
What Will Happen Making Predictions for Speech Language Special Education
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  1. Predicting what will happen is a difficult skill for some of our more concrete learners. Answering What if questions can be particularly difficult; much more so than the standard Wh-questions. Understanding of cause and effect even with fairly concrete examples can be a challenge for your students
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Do you need to help your students understand cause and effect? It is an important skill; one that some children have difficulty grasping. Being able to predict what will happen in certain situations; to understand that X inevitably - or usually - or often - leads to Y is a crucial life skill.

Some children don’t understand even the basic idea that a certain action will lead to a given consequence - such as tripping when your hands are full of eggs will probably lead to broken eggs.

And it is significantly more difficult for them to understand the more- abstract concepts of how what they say and do can lead to consequences; such as saying something mean to someone will hurt their feelings. And just what is “mean” anyway?

☀ These 40 cards - which can be used with the game board, or on their own - present a range of concrete and more abstract - situations, and ask students to predict what the outcome will probably be.

You might like my other making predictions activity & game: What If?
You might also like my materials for solving problems verbally like this one
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