Department of Communicative Disorders
University of Redlands - Redlands, California
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About this Site
Choosing what to teach in a language therapy session can be problematic.
This site attempts to maximize the teaching decisions by providing a suggested content teaching order and supplying links to existing therapy materials.
The items listed in each grammatical category are ordered from easiest to hardest to master. Regardless of the age of the child with whom you are working, an appropriate therapy goal would be to understand the child's present level of functioning and then teach the next most difficult linguistic form the child has not mastered yet.
Grammatical categories included are listed below. Click on the category you are interested in teaching. Identify the appropriate level. Look for materials to aid you in your therapy session.
This web site lists a set of grammatical terms
and has links to define and give examples of their usage:.http://www.uottawa.ca/academic/arts/writcent/hypergrammar/termindx.html
Dr. Larry Rider
University of Redlands
1200 E. Colton Avenue
Redlands, CA 92373
Last updated: December1, 2002