Ready-to-go lessons for articulation of sh are at your finger tips. Activities like the Marshmallow Treat game, mazes, rebus stories, and tic-tac-toe keep students' interests.
- Successfully articulate sh in syllables, words, sentences, and storytelling
The stimulating lessons give students plenty to talk about and feature:
- practice of sh in all positions of words and in a variety of phonetic contexts
- activities arranged in a hierarchy of difficulty that progress across all levels of sound production
- reproducible pages with a wide variety of interactive learning formats: mazes, rebus stories, sentence fill-ins, picture scenes, story sequencing, games, and more
- lighthearted art to capture student's attention
- tips for sound production and a progress chart
You may purchase Spotlight on Articulation SH individually or as part of the 6-book Spotlight on Articulation set. The 6-book set consists of:
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According to the Clinical Guidelines of the Royal College of Speech & Language Therapists (www.rcslt.org/resources, 2005) and the Preferred Practice Patterns of The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (www.asha.org/members/deskref/journals/deskref/default, 2004):
- Acquiring effective spoken language involves the development of a range of processing skills, which utilizes multisensory information and the development of phonology and articulation.
- Speech sound intervention should focus on improvement of speech sound discrimination and production.
- Speech sound intervention should include general facilitation of newly-acquired articulation and/or phonological abilities to a variety of speaking, listening, and literacy-learning contexts.
Spotlight on Articulation SH incorporates the above principles and is also based on expert professional practice.