· Word finding
· Yes/no questions
· Problem solving
To maximize versatility for the busy SLP, the each chapter contains writing activities that are targeted for adults (“tell about where you lived as a child”), children (“what rules at school would you change? and both (“what did you do this weekend?”).
Appropriate for ages 5 through adulthood. Designed for the general education audience, as well as clients with aphasia, stroke, TBI, learning disabilities and anyone having difficulty with receptive and expressive language skills.
Chapter 1 Wh- Questions activities include: filling out a daily routine; writing a post card; using a phone book; answering the questions “What would you do with $100?”.
Chapter 2 “How do you…” activities include: playing Bingo, listing qualities of a good friend, comparing oneself to others, describing how to brush ones teeth.
Chapter 3 “If I…” activities include: “What would you do if you found a wallet?”, writing a letter to the mayor, introducing yourself, listing favorite pastimes.
Chapter 4 “Tell about…” activities include: creating a family tree, buying presents, describing your most memorable birthday.