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is a response to intervention (RTI) program for elementary school students (grades K–4) whose English language abilities fall below grade-level standards.
Who benefits from
is for elementary school students, grades K–4, PRIOR to referral for speech-language pathology services.
introduces systematic, research-based instruction to students prior to making a special education referral. The language skills taught in
are consistent with state educational standards and promote strong reading skills.
appropriate for students already receiving services?
is research based and all of the strategies are appropriate for students already receiving speech therapy.
How long does
take to complete?
is a 15-hour program that you deliver 2–3 days per week in 30-minute sessions.
was field tested in a culturally diverse school district in the Houston, Texas area. During one semester of intervention, 81% of the students (n=26) either exited or were progressing at expected rates.
aided in the early identification of students needing a referral for a possible language and/or learning disability.
consists of five (5) learning stations—Skill Drill Station, Listen and Learn Station, Talk Aloud Station, Story Station, and Homework Connections Station. Over a 30-minute session (2–3 days per week), students rotate through all four stations. The first three stations teach specific grammar and vocabulary skills and the fourth station targets narrative skills.
also includes a Homework Connections workbook that provides homework for all of the skills.
How many students are in a group?
The maximum number of students in a group is four, but you may adjust the stations for groups of five students.
targets verbs (regular and irregular tenses), adverbs, nouns (regular and irregular plurals), adjectives, and connected speech (clauses, conjunctions, negatives, direct and indirect objects). It also includes a Story Station with scripted lessons for teaching narrative skills at three levels: kindergarten, 1–2 grade, and 3–4 grade. Students learn to use basic story grammar components to retell a story, create a story, and to add “sparkle” and cohesiveness to the stories they create. During these scripted Story Station lessons, the SLP closely monitors the use of target language skills.
What is included in the complete kit?
with printable CD-ROM (for all books)
Homework Connections Workbook
Skill Drill Workbook
Talk Aloud Cards
Six Audio CDs with 5000 sentences
Story Station Cards
Language Screener Cards
Does the Resource Guide come with a CD-ROM?
Yes! The Resource Guide contains an accompanying CD-ROM to print any of the reproducible pages in all three books.
Language LAB - Response to Intervention (RTI) Program
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