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Blending into Good Speech

For Teachers K - 1st
Your class can increase their production of the target phoneme /sh/ through the use of video, the Internet, and hands-on activities listed here. Sound out the phoneme altogether, then model words that include  /sh/ at the beginning....
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Visualarticulation

For Teachers K - 3rd
Use photographs to teach young special education or speech students how good speech looks, as well as sounds. Kindergarteners are photographed making the F, TH, W, R L, and S sounds. They then use the images to identify each sound that...
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Individual Rights and Liberties: Free Speech

For Teachers 9th - Higher Ed
Students review free speech laws and the First Amendment in the Constitution. They discuss a current event involving free speech. They present the information to the class.
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Phonetics: The Study of Speech Sounds

For Teachers Higher Ed
A beginning study of linguistics will include phonetics and the way sound is made. Show your class these great slides with pictures and examples of consonants, vowels, and blends. Placement of the tongue, lips, etc. are displayed to give...
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PSYC 2207 (Speech): Lecture One

For Teachers Higher Ed
A great way to introduce a speech pathology or psychology class, this lecture takes students through various theories on speech perception and speech production. Students will find the information applicable and easy to digest, and...
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Speech Sound Lesson Plan

For Teachers 1st
First graders pronounce the au phoneme. In this speech lesson targeting students with hearing loss, 1st graders participate in a matching game. Students match pictures and words that have the au sound.
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Articulation: Singing Words That Communicate

For Teachers 3rd - 10th
How does a singer keep an open, relaxed throat, a rich tone, and pure, matched vowels while articulating the words of a song? Oh, it's easy if you follow the directions and practice the exercises in this, the third in a series of...
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Open Your Eyes Wide-Shut!

For Teachers K
Students, using the book, Good Night, Gorilla, show how a speech pathologist uses children�s literature during whole class time to teach articulation, receptive, expressive, and written language skills.
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Speech Sound Lesson Plan

For Teachers 1st
First graders produce and articulate a targeted phoneme. In this speech sound lesson, 1st graders think of an object that begin with the 'D' sound. Students decorate their classroom door with objects that begin with the D, and practice...
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Pronunciation

For Teachers 2nd - 4th
Students critique each other's pronunciation in this lesson. They review several tongue twisters and read orally focusing on articulation. They then focus on separating vowel and consonant sounds. Finally, they read orally to a partner...
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Lesson 2: The United States, France, and the Problem of Neutrality, 1796–1801

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
While the French Revolution could be considered inspired by the American Revolution, it created thorny problems for the new United States. Should the United States get involved and be drawn into a European drama? Was the US strong...
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Understanding Dialect as Used by Mark Twain

For Teachers 5th - 8th Standards
A reading of Mark Twain’s The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County not only offers pupils an opportunity to practice their listening skills but also provides them with examples of dialectic speech. This is the gol’derndest lesson...
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ELA.CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RI.9-10.2

For Teachers 9th - 10th Standards
Although the ideas on how to implement the skill RI.9-10.2 are lacking, the assessment would work well for challenging learners to summarize, and identify the main ideas of presidential speeches that are of similar topics. One could use...
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Help Me Talk!

For Teachers Pre-K - 5th
Learners with apraxia participate in activities to foster speech. In this speech therapy lesson plan, students learn to purse their lips to create specific sounds. Learners view a videotape and are filmed.
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The Politics of Emancipation Emancipation Frederick Douglass Gets to Know President Lincoln

For Teachers 7th - 12th
Students compare abolitionist views of Frederick Douglass with other anti-slavery leaders of that period. They plan and take part in a mock anti-slavery rally of the 1840s, using the language of the pre-Civil War abolitionists to present...
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Open Your Eyes Wide-Shut

For Teachers Pre-K
Students improve their language skills through 11 activities. In this language skills lesson, students listen to picture books, answer questions about elements of a story, enhance their vocabulary and grammar skills, use 5 W questions,...
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Speech Sound Lesson Plan

For Teachers 1st
First graders explore letters. In this phoneme activity, 1st graders discover the sound the letter /m/ makes. This is a lesson intended for one on one instruction with a hearing impaired students. The student works with his or her...
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Speech Sound Lesson Plan

For Teachers 1st
First graders study letters. In this phonemes lesson, 1st graders discover the sound the letter "P" makes. This is a lesson intended for one on one instruction with a hearing impaired child. The student identifies objects that begin with...
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Pronunciation of Final Consonants

For Teachers Higher Ed
Students in ESOL classes discover how to recognize and pronounce final consonant sounds. With partners, they read passages aloud and practice the correct pronunciation. Students emphasize pronouncing the final consonant and attempt to...
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Test Your Speaking Skills-- Tongue Twisters

For Students 3rd - 4th
For this language and speech worksheet, students learn to articulate similar sounds by pronouncing tongue twisters. There are 32 to try and are organized by the beginning letter.
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AWARD CERTIFICATE FOR A CHARACTER

For Teachers K - 1st
Connect to real-world experiences by having your primary learners create an award certificate based upon literal and inferential information from a story. They present the award to a character from a story and explain the criteria used....
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In God We Trust; All Others Pay Cash

For Teachers 5th - 12th
Learners review their knowledge on the First Amendment. After reading an article, they identify specific church and state issues. Using the Internet, they research President Bush's proposal from a specific point of view. They summarize...
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It's Your Right: A Civil Rights Brochure

For Teachers 12th
Learners examine the US Constitution, Bill of Rights, and Supreme Court cases in order to broaden their understanding of the US Judicial System. They research a variety of textual and Internet resources to create a tri-fold brochure,...
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Setting up for Socratic Seminars

For Teachers 7th - 12th Standards
You've heard of Socratic Seminars, but how do you implement them into a standard classroom? An introductory lesson includes everything you need to get your students talking, including step-by-step instructions, explanatory handouts, and...

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