SLP Field Kit aids the Speech and Language Pathologist and Speech Therapist in the field with testing and building phonemic awareness and auditory discrimination ...
SLP Field Kit aids the Speech and Language Pathologist and Speech Therapist in the field with testing and building phonemic awareness and auditory discrimination (this module covers consonants). ► Going beyond just replacing card decks and flash cards, SLP Field Kit incorporates 8 powerful interactive activities that add dynamic training experiences that challenge and focus your clients. Traditional card decks have been difficult to sort into multi-card activities. Now, at the touch of a button, the cards are presented in powerful combinations that truly focus the client. ► In addition, SLP Field Kit incorporates phoneme buttons as part of the activities, something cards could never do. ► The recorded speech provides stability of pronunciation that promotes consistency in testing. ► 361 audio word cards, which are spoken words illustrated by photographs and drawings along with the text of the words (the text is hidden when appropriate) ► 8 progressively difficult activities to build and to test phonemic awareness ► 198 lessons ► Over 3000 exercises ► Records scores and sends them to email ► Select between International Phonetic Alphabet and the English /sound/ notation ACTIVITIES 1 PRACTICE: REVIEW THE WORDS This activity allows an overview of the words. It displays a word card with a word containing the phoneme (with picture and text), a brief description of the phoneme, and a button showing the phoneme. Press the word card to hear the word and the phoneme button for the phoneme. 2 WHICH PHONEME IS IN THE WORD? In this activity, phonemes are grouped in fours or twos according to their general ‘place’: bilabial, dental, alveolar, post-alveolar, palatal, velar, and glottal. After selecting a group, a word card (without text) containing one of the phonemes from the group is shown along with the phoneme buttons. Example: Which phoneme /p/, /b/, /m/, or /w/ is in the word ‘bead’? The client selects the phoneme in the word. This activity hones auditory discrimination for phonemes initiated from the same general ‘place’. (Morais, 2003) 3 WHICH WORD CONTAINS THE PHONEME? This exercise displays two word cards (without text) and the target phoneme. Example: Which contains /b/; ‘bear’ or ‘cap’? The client must select the word card that contains the target phoneme. (van Hage 2006) 4 IS THE PHONEME AT BEGINNING, MIDDLE OR END? This exercise shows a single word card with a phoneme button. The client selects from three buttons: ‘beginning’, ‘middle’, or ‘end’. Example: Is the sound /n/ at the beginning, middle, or end of the word ‘money’? (Post 2007) 5 CHOOSE SIMILAR WORD BY HEARING THE WORD This exercise shows two word cards as minimal pairs, and a button with the audio target word. Example: Which card is ‘bear’(spoken)? Is it ‘bear’ or ‘pear’ (visual and spoken word cards). The client selects the word card that contains the target word. (multisensory matching, Senkowski 2009) 6 WHICH PHONEME IS IN BOTH WORDS? In this activity, two word cards containing one common phoneme are shown. The client must choose from 4 (or 2 for /h/ and /hw/) phoneme buttons. Example: Which phoneme /p/, /b/, /m/, or /w/ is in both words 'bead' and 'chubby'? 7 WHICH SIMILAR WORD CONTAINS THE PHONEME? This exercise shows two word cards as minimal pairs, and a button with the audio target phoneme. Example: Which card contains /b/; ‘bear’ or ‘pear’? The client must select the word that contains the target phoneme. 8 FLIPBOOK FOR YOUR ACTIVITY This exercise displays a single word card (with text) and a phoneme button, along with a ‘correct’ and an ‘incorrect’ button. It allows the clinician to create custom activities. To the standard 24 consonant phonemes of American English, /nk/ and /hw/ have been added for the purpose of creating minimal pairs with /ng/ and /h/ respectively.
Size: 11.13 MB
Price: 45,04 €
Developed by Michael Engelbrite
Day of release: 2010-04-1
Recommended age: 4+