Oral Language (receptive and expressive)

Examples of Linguistic Skills, assessment, and learning techniques to develop and strengthen students receptive and expressive oral language. Including 2 page presentation handout posted as 2 separate pins.
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Crazy Speech World: Listening Lieutenants target following 1 & 2 step simple directions, conditional directions, barrier games, and listening to short paragraphs!

Crazy Speech World: Listening Lieutenants target following 1 & 2 step simple directions, conditional directions, barrier games, and listening to short paragraphs!

This set of 4 barrier games promotes speaking and listening as children must give each other specific instructions in order to match their pictures. Language skills addressed include auditory processing, giving and following directions, requesting clarification and describing with detail. Both receptive and expressive language skills are targeted.

Barrier Games - Speaking and Listening

This set of 4 barrier games promotes speaking and listening as children must give each other specific instructions in order to match their pictures. Language skills addressed include auditory processing, giving and following directions, requesting clarification and describing with detail. Both receptive and expressive language skills are targeted.

Feely Bag Game  A quick game to play with everyday objects. Fill a cloth bag or pillowcase with objects from around the house or garden -things that are safe for children to hold.  Let your child describe what they can feel and guess what the objects are - no peeking! Help your child to understand hard, soft, smooth, rough, warm, cold, round, flat, lumpy and lots more! Take turns at describing and guessing!

Feely Bag Game A quick game to play with everyday objects. Fill a cloth bag or pillowcase with objects from around the house or garden -things that are safe for children to hold. Let your child describe what they can feel and guess what the objects are - no peeking! Help your child to understand hard, soft, smooth, rough, warm, cold, round, flat, lumpy and lots more! Take turns at describing and guessing!

Page 2 of group handout.  Provides additional strategies and activities for teaching and reinforcing oral language, parent support and useful references and resources.

Page 2 of group handout. Provides additional strategies and activities for teaching and reinforcing oral language, parent support and useful references and resources.

Page 1 of group handout.  Provides notes about Assessment of learning, and strategies including multisensory, communication or object boards and Key specific verbal language.

Page 1 of group handout. Provides notes about Assessment of learning, and strategies including multisensory, communication or object boards and Key specific verbal language.


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