#034: How to Target Early Grammar Goals in Therapy

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This week on the podcast, we’re trucking along with part two of our three-part series targeting grammar!

Last week we covered the fundamentals, and this week we’re going to build on that foundation with therapy plans and targets for early grammar goals…in the context of literacy-based therapy. đź’Ş

You’ll learn the five steps of a literacy-based therapy unit, evidence-based strategies that can be used to target students’ individualized grammar goals, and a few practical therapy activities that can be used when targeting grammar goals!

So grab your beverage of choice (I’ll have a chai latte!), put your feet up, and listen in.

Key Takeaways + Topics Covered

– Evidence-based strategies to target students’ grammar goals
– Practical therapy activities that can be used when targeting grammar goals

Links Mentioned in the Podcast

Dr. Ukrainetz: Contextualized Language Intervention (affiliate link)
SLP Now (Materials for easy therapy)
The Avery Easy Index (affiliate link)
Connell 1982 article
The Toca Boca apps

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Hi there! I'm Marisha. I am a school-based SLP who is all about working smarter, not harder. I created the SLP Now Membership and love sharing tips and tricks to help you save time so you can focus on what matters most--your students AND yourself.

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