Skeleton Sleuthing This photo demonstrates an integrated, or push-in, treatment approach. In preparation for a field trip to the zoo, preschool students learned about animals at several centers in the classroom. At this center, children matched X-ray images with the corresponding photos of the animals. The activity, which featured a combination ... Glimpses
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Glimpses   |   July 01, 2016
Skeleton Sleuthing
The ASHA Leader, July 2016, Vol. 21, 8. doi:10.1044/leader.GL.21072016.8
The ASHA Leader, July 2016, Vol. 21, 8. doi:10.1044/leader.GL.21072016.8
This photo demonstrates an integrated, or push-in, treatment approach. In preparation for a field trip to the zoo, preschool students learned about animals at several centers in the classroom. At this center, children matched X-ray images with the corresponding photos of the animals. The activity, which featured a combination of speech-language goals within the preschool curriculum, helped students to make connections, enhance their vocabulary, and increase their receptive and expressive language. This unique learning experience combined motivating materials with real-life information.
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I am a bilingual clinician and the founder of Talk Toomey Háblame Speech Pathology Services, LLC. I work mostly with early intervention and preschool children, providing services in schools and private practice in the Chicago area. This photo is from the Pershing Elementary School preschool program in Berwyn, Illinois.
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