Seldom Speechless
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Seldom Speechless
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We are all stories in the end, just make it a good one. ~ Doctor Who
 
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Adjective selection visuals for five common categories; people, animals, food, things, and transportation.
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I use this with one of my more talkative students. She can ask two questions during our session (Things One and Two). When she asks a question we take one of the Things off the board. If she saves both Things she gets an extra sticker on her prize
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Students use the visual and kinesthetic cue to remember the important elements of a story.
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I turned the Unthinkable characters from the Superflex program into magnets, so that my clients could manipulate the characters and physically place them in the social scenes we were discussing. I printed this document, laminated the pages, cut out
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I wrote these social scenes for a 13 year old boy with Autism. I would read him the scene and he would place a Superflex Unthinkable Character in the situation. We would discuss ways that the Unthinkable could be defeated and identify possible
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This is an initial /k/ and initial /g/ articulation game I played with my preschool client. Each session I printed a different picture (e.g., Winnie the pooh, Angelina ballerina, Tinkerbelle) and placed it behind the doors. My client would go
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All the pieces and steps are included to make your very own Braidy.
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More Bears! by Kenn Nesbitt Lesson Plan: Lesson includes Background information (author, illustrator, audience) Which has more activity. Story character manipulatives. Story sequencing cards. If I was the author/illustrator worksheet.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Teacher Assistant at Whole Children, a center for families of children with disabilities for two and a half years. Graduated with my B.S. in communication disorders and took a job at a substitute teacher for the Swansea Public School District and Dighton-Rehoboth Public School District for one school year. Spent six months working as an intern in the outpatient Speech and Hearing clinic at Rhode Island/Hasbro Children's Hospital. I spent the next two years working as a preschool teaching assistant and eventually as the lead infant teacher at a local early education center. I am currently completing my graduate level clinical experiences with both children and adults both at the university speech and hearing clinic and in valuable externship experiences.

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I earned my Bachelor of Science in Communication Disorders in 2015 and am currently pursuing my Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology, which I will graduate with in May of 2017.

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