|Whole Body Listening Poster by Social Thinking|
Here's my recent schedule of events (30-45 minute session):
|Super Duper Ask & Answer WH Bingo|
- Review listening/social language rules. This covers some of my pragmatic language kids. We talk about expected behavior during game play (taking turns, raising hands, quiet bodies, good eye contact, body posture, etc.)
- Phonemic Awareness Warm-up Video/Song (depending on the age of the students).
- Play WH-Bingo (week 1). Take turns calling on different students to answer the questions. Prompt them with the type of answer that is expected. For example, you might say, "What thing do you wear on your head?" for What? questions.
- WH- Blurt! (week 2). I've mentioned Blurt! as being one of my favorite speech therapy games in a previous post. It's great because it's competitive and there are tons of opportunities for every student. With Blurt, you put two chairs in the front of the room and ask the two contestants the question. The first one to answer gets the point. I'll even match up two AAC users against each other (and sometimes AAC user vs. non-AAC user).