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How Sabotaging Your Students Creates Independence

How Sabotaging Your Students Creates Independence

Level 2: Expressive Language This title sounds a little mean and devious. We evil teachers are just sitting and plotting ways to make life harder on our students. But honestly – you should. If you want your students to grow up to be functionally independent... read more
Answering “WH” Questions

Answering “WH” Questions

Level 2: Expressive Language Another important concept to target with our students is answering “wh” questions.  Answering “wh” questions does require both receptive and expressive language skills.  The student needs to understand and process the “wh” question and... read more
Teaching Greetings for Students who are Verbal

Teaching Greetings for Students who are Verbal

Level 2: Expressive Language Two weeks ago we chatted about getting our nonverbal learners to greet their peers and teachers. Now let’s discuss how to get the skill rolling for kids who are verbal. Now before you check out saying to yourself, “all of my... read more
Multi-Component Receptive Language Vocabulary

Multi-Component Receptive Language Vocabulary

Level 2: Receptive Language Just because your kiddos are verbal doesn’t mean you can push receptive skill building to the side. We run into a very common misconception – just because our kids can talk doesn’t mean they can understand everything we... read more
Categorization

Categorization

Level 2:  Receptive Language Another important concept for our students to understand is categorization.  This requires our students to recognize and differentiate objects before they can categorize the objects into groups.  Categorization is the act of sorting or... read more
Taking Turn-Taking to the Next Level

Taking Turn-Taking to the Next Level

Level 2: Receptive Language With our lovely little level 1 learners – we discussed the very, very basic steps to take for teaching turn taking. That was for our kiddos who are brand spankin’ new to anything social skill and turn taking related. For our... read more
Basic Sequencing

Basic Sequencing

Level 2: Receptive Language An important concept for our learners to understand is the concept of sequencing. We want our students to understand the words first, next, and last. Think about what we talked about yesterday with multi-step directions? Those sequencing... read more
Following Multi-Step Directions

Following Multi-Step Directions

Level 2: Receptive Language Let’s face it – we are bossy pants. We are constantly telling our kids want to do. It’s okay. We should own it. But we do need to come to terms with the fact that many of our kiddos have no idea what we are telling them.... read more
4th of July Sale!

4th of July Sale!

The 4th of July is my favorite! It’s all about grilled hot dogs, fireworks, boat trips, and s’mores. Nothing can make this weekend better than a little sale to top it all off! Whether you are making your way through ESY or just want to get a head start on... read more
Vocal Imitation

Vocal Imitation

Level 1: Expressive Language A vocal imitation program is a good way to help train up sound approximations! This is ideal for students with very limited vocal skills, but who can make some sounds and imitate novel on. To start things off, identify one or two... read more

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