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-Checklist of Communicative Functions and Means by Amy M. Wetherby-Children who are not yet using much speech often communicate in many other ways-determine how and when your child communicates. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources http://pinterest.com/sostherapy.
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Data binders are a great way to organize student work, as well as a form of communication between home and school. Students can organize their weekly assessments and track their achievement data on the included graphs. Send the binder home with students at the end of each week. Parents review the new data and reflect with their child on his or her progress. Parents sign the form and write a comment on the reflection page and return the binder on Monday. This is a great way for students and…
Type: Focus, Observation/Communication Purpose: This game involves the instructor and an “assistant” who have a secret form of communication, and the class who must guess what that secret communication is. It will help the whole class to focus, to think outside the box, and to explore all the different ways two people can communicate. Procedure: 1. Before the [...]