You Call That Reading Instruction? Not for AAC Users!
No child is too disabled to learn to read. Read about what share reading an and should do in your child's special education classroom.Sshared reading for aac users on the KidzLearnLanguage blog.
How I Spent My Summer Vacation Book Companion Activities Speech Therapy
Student have fun with this modern tall tale while learning figurative language, vocabulary, sequencing, and narratives. Elementary grades in speech therapy and special education.
What's My Second Loudest Battle Cry? Literacy for All (Right After Communication for All)
All students, regardless of disability, can learn literacy skills. Kidz Learn Language: What's My Second Loudest Battle Cry? Literacy for All (Right After Communication for All)
What Can You Do With a Good Book? Let's Talk About It!
Storybooks offer a way to target many different language skills in intervention. Shared reading gives a different skill too target with each reading. Kidz Learn Language: What Can You Do With a Good Book? Let's Talk About It!
What's the Number 1 Way to Improve Early Literacy and Language Skills?
A project involving Read Alouds with text-dependent, language - based questions and activities has been successful in improving comprehension skills. Kidz Learn Language: What's the Number 1 Way to Improve Early Literacy and Language Skills?
Story Elements/Story Grammar - Important Language Skills
The ability to re-tell stories provides children with skills they need to understand stories, to grow their language complexity, to interact socially with others, and, eventually, move into learning from informational text.