In this Episode, we interview Felice Clark from The Dabbling Speechie about how to manage mixed groups.
How can you target multiple goals in one session? How do you take data for groups with different goals? How can you manage behavior and stay organized while targeting so many different objectives?
Felice has got you covered with that, and lesson ideas for mixed groups. Listen in, and be ready to manage your mixed group with more fun and ease!
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Ideas from Felice:
Simon’s Cat Videos on You Tube - Use them for: perspective taking/social thinking activities, summarizing, sequencing steps of the story, answer comprehension questions, make sentences about video using articulation/fluency strategies
Books - Make cheat sheets about the book (scribble on some paper with tiered vocab, WH questions, articulation words) or use a TPT book companion, Felice likes the “Who Would Win?” book from Scholastic for grades 3-5, also research some wordless picture book because you can use them for older students who have a younger reading level and want more “grown up” looking books.
Sensory Bins - use especially for K-2 grade levels, or iSpy sensory bin for grades 3+