Blogjam: Saying It in a Journal On “Heard in Speech,” fourth-year SLP Kristen offers ideas for helping children develop a fluency journal. On each page, she offers a prompt, such as “Besides being a person who stutters, I am also a person who …” For younger students, “I wanted to include an area where they ... Blogjam
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Blogjam: Saying It in a Journal
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Blogjam   |   February 01, 2014
Blogjam: Saying It in a Journal
The ASHA Leader, February 2014, Vol. 19, 18. doi:10.1044/leader.BGJ2.19022014.18
The ASHA Leader, February 2014, Vol. 19, 18. doi:10.1044/leader.BGJ2.19022014.18
On “Heard in Speech,” fourth-year SLP Kristen offers ideas for helping children develop a fluency journal. On each page, she offers a prompt, such as “Besides being a person who stutters, I am also a person who …”
For younger students, “I wanted to include an area where they can draw/color a picture of what they are writing/trying to write about,” she writes. “I’ve found that many of students who stutter are great artists, so many of them thoroughly enjoy discussing their journal entries, when we decide to share as a group.”
Kristen is completing the books with pages dedicated to strategies, self-rating and other graphics about stuttering, and plans to have students take their journals home over the summer to help them remember what they have learned.
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