Are you a monolingual speech-language pathologist with a bilingual population? Then you’ll want to attend the Bilingual Symposium.
The premier event for monolingual and bilingual speech-language pathologists is coming to New Orleans on July 18-20! In a two-day event set in the heart of NOLA, learn about…
- How to identify bilingual children with language disorders
- The best practices for working with ELL/ESL students with language and learning disabilities
- How to overcome the limited development resources for bilingual children
Did we mention you can earn up to 1.1 CEUs by attending? So pack your bags and join Bilingual Therapies for its 14th annual Bilingual Symposium hosted by the luxurious Hilton St. Charles hotel!
Click here to register for the 2014 Bilingual Symposium.
It’s raining, it’s pouring, but nobody should be snoring. April weather can make for a dreary time to work on speech and language goals. This is a great time to use a familiar item in a new way. Grab a few older umbrellas and head outside or into a larger space to have some fun. [click to continue…]
Children who are multilingual may have a more difficult time properly conjugating the progressive forms of verbs. While the -ing form of the verb remains the same, the helpers before them are important in the present, past, and future tenses. Since this might be tedious, think outside of the box and actively engage your students in the process.
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Easter eggs provide a wonderful tool to use within Speech and Language sessions with children. They can be used not only during the holiday season, but after to make things more fun and festive. These days there are a large selection of Easter eggs that you can purchase with different characters and color scheme to use throughout the year. [click to continue…]
Author Mo Willems has many wonderful books that children adore. His Elephant & Piggie series is very popular with emergent readers. The series can also be used while working on speech and language goals during sessions. The two best friends provide a wealth of social situations that can be used to explore emotions when talking with others. [click to continue…]