What words mean (e.g., "star" can refer to a bright object in the night sky or a celebrity)
How to make new words (e.g., friend, friendly, unfriendly)
How to put words together (e.g., "Peg walked to the new store" rather than "Peg walk store new")
What word combinations are best in what situations ("Would you mind moving your foot?" could quickly change to "Get off my foot, please!" if the first request did not produce results)
Receptive language- trouble understanding others, the understanding of language “input.” This includes both words and gestures.
Expressive language trouble sharing thoughts, ideas, and feelings
How speech sounds are made (e.g., children must learn how to produce the "r" sound in order to say "rabbit" instead of "wabbit").
Use of the vocal folds and breathing to produce sound (e.g., the voice can be abused from overuse or misuse and can lead to hoarseness or loss of voice).
The rhythm of speech (e.g., hesitations or stuttering can affect fluency). *The rhythm of speech (e.g., hesitations or stuttering can affect fluency).
Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) :
Communication methods used to supplement or replace speech or writing for those with impairments in the production or comprehension of spoken or written language.
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Learning In Speech Language
Listening, Measuring, Teamwork, Making Playdough- Oh my!
A favorite speech- language learning activity
Homemade Kool-Aid Playdough
Speech Language students learn while listening, measuring, mixing, and rolling out the ingredients to
make homemade playdough
Common Core Connection: 2-5.L.3 Use knowledge of language and its conventions when writing, speaking, reading, or listening.
EDUCATIONAL and LEARNING WEBSITES
Free Apps to try... (Found in App store)
Let's Name Things by Super Duper Publications
Using I and Me by Super Duper Publications
Speech Language Expectations
I can try my best
I can follow directions
I can use good speech sounds
I can use good language skills
I can use company manners