Sprinkles of Speech

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This is an easy, engaging, and delicious way to practice describing with adjectives. I use this with my large language group by bringing in popcorn (actually using a popcorn machine or microwave is best for an even higher level of engagement) and
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Here's a list of quick writing prompts that can be used with my 'Writing Warm Up' resource, or in any other form in the classroom. I'll make sure to update the product and list as I add to my master list. This resource has prompts that are
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This is a quick and easy, print and go activity to welcome back students from their winter break. Many of the students on my caseload are working on social skills and language skills. Interviewing each other has proven to be a great way to practice
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I use this resource to help my students independently practice adjectives. It's a great warm-up or comprehension check at the end of class. Check out the other files for describing a pineapple and dog with adjectives.
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I use this resource to help my students independently practice adjectives. It's a great warm-up or comprehension check at the end of class. Check out the other files for describing balloons and a pineapple with adjectives.
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I use this resource to help my students independently practice adjectives. It's a great warm-up or comprehension check at the end of class. Check out the other files for describing balloons and a dog with adjectives.
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I've found that explaining the categories of adjectives improves a student's ability to describe nouns. This worksheet allows them to sort adjectives in the different columns, and I let them use it as a resource for additional describing activities.
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I conduct a language group 2-3 times a week and I start out each class with a writing warm up. The prompt changes each week, but the format remains the same. The students know my expectations for writing and can support their words with a picture.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I am currently a speech-language pathologist at a Type II school for high schoolers with autism in Maryland. I previously worked for a large public school system in Kentucky where my caseload consisted of preschool-aged students, and students in a structured teaching unit.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Flexible Positive Personalized Functional

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Judie Glore Award for Outstanding Student in SLP; University of Cincinnati Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. Outstanding Student in Early Childhood Education; The University of Louisville College of Education and Human Development.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

B.A. Elementary and Early Childhood Education and Minor in Political Science from the University of Louisville. M.A. in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the University of Cincinnati.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Dog mom, happy wife, fair weather runner, and brunch enthusiast

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