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Since 1993, she has presented numerous well-received articulation and language presentations through Speech Dynamics, SpeechTherapypd.com, as well as through the Bureau of Education and Research (BER). She writes a weekly blog called “Therapy Matters” and is the host of the podcast, The Speech Link, and is the author of the well-received book, The Easy R.
This course is offered for 0.1 ASHA CEUs (Introductory Level, Professional Area)
0 to 2 minutes: Introduction
3 to 11 minutes: The developmental levels in literature; ways to help us decipher what stories to use and how to teach them
12 to 17 minutes: Collaborating with the teacher, “How might we best present this story (now and over time) to the students?” Plus, strategies for working with oppositional children, Plus, the use of public domain songs
18 to 24 minutes: The planning process; goals; where to start; creative ways to use a variety of visuals during instruction
25 to 30 minutes: How to choose books, “Do certain children’s books work better than others?” Identifying concepts to emphasize
31 to 33 minutes: Tell or sing or chant the story? How to involve the children
34 to 36 minutes: Planting teacher seeds
37 to 40 minutes: Data, goals, strategies and instruction
41 to 44 minutes: Stories and social language; the Braidy Doll (MindWing)
45 to 48 minutes: Wrap up and Final Question….
49 to 60 minutes: Questions & Answers with Lorraine
Disclosure Statement for Char Boshart:
Financial: Char Boshart is a presenter for SpeechTherapyPD.com and receives royalties.
Nonfinancial: No relevant nonfinancial relationships exist.
Disclosure Statement for Lorraine Maida:
Financial: Lorraine Maida is a presenter for SpeechTherapyPD.com and receives royalties.