Sunday, September 14, 2014

A Slice of Speech (September 15th)

I'm so excited to introduce a new weekly series on my blog - A Slice of Speech! I have been totally inspired by Deedee Wills at Mrs.Wills' Kindergarten to share my visual lesson plans. Each Sunday, I plan on providing a peek at my week through visual plans that include all the resources I use for therapy. I also recommend checking out Mrs. Will's Peek at My Week Linky Party. There are lots of time saving ideas being shared over there!
As a speech-language pathologist, my lesson plans focus on expressive language/grammar, receptive language, articulation, and fluency (stuttering).

Friday, September 19th is Talk Like A Pirate Day and I'll be celebrating all week! We will be reading How I Became A Pirate by Melinda Long and tackling many language goals along the way! Expressively, we will be retelling stories in complete sentences, using new vocabulary, and practicing age appropriate syntax.  Receptively, we will answer WH ?s, follow temporal directions, and recognize things that are alike. In fluency, we will complete our "back to fluency" packet and practice easy onsets with pirate themed materials! My articulation groups who are working on /r/ will be completing some fun "Talk Like A Pirate" interactive sheets and my other groups will be delving into my fall themed color, cut, and glue activities!

This week is going to be super fun, matey! When you download my visual lesson plans, just click on the pictures if you're interested in where to find the resources I will be using. You can grab my plans by clicking HERE.

Thanks for visiting and be sure to visit Mrs. Wills' linky party!

1 comment:

  1. What a great idea! I love this "Peek at My Week!"