Help teens and adults with developmental disabilities, autism, and/or English Language Learners transition to independent living. Language intervention lessons teach clients how to generate narratives while focusing on listening, expression, vocabulary, grammar, and conversation skills. The materials use an approach that allows targeting a variety of speech and language skills based on client need.
Each 55-page book has 25 age-appropriate lessons about community routines such as banking, eating at a restaurant, medical services, and public transportation. Each lesson consists of a four-part picture sequence (i.e., a routine) and a corresponding page of language stimuli. Three levels of language stimuli let you easily adapt the lesson to your client's needs:
Beginner: two or three simple sentences per routine
Intermediate: three or four sentences per routine, more complex grammar, and sequence words like first and next
Advanced: four or five sentences per routine, more complex grammar, sequence words, and mental states such as thoughts, feelings, desires, and perceptions
Every lesson uses a sequence of:
Activate prior knowledge
Listen to the story (routine)
Story (routine) comprehension questions
Retell the story (routine) with and without pictures
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