Fluency Scenes™ Adolescent

Card Set

Ages: 12-17 Grades: 7-12

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LS7644
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$50.99
Help students practice and generalize fluent speech outside the therapy room. 50 cards with illustrated scenes depict common preteen/adolescent scenarios on the front and stimulus items on the back. Each set of cards teaches a fluency strategy in small, progressive steps. Strategies in the last set target transfer and maintenance. Grades 7-12. Ages 12-17. Vinyl folder. 8½" x 11".
Help students practice and generalize fluent speech outside the therapy room. 50 cards with illustrated scenes depict common preteen/adolescent scenarios on the front and stimulus items on the back. Each set of cards teaches a fluency strategy in small, progressive steps. Strategies in the last set target transfer and maintenance. Grades 7-12. Ages 12-17. Vinyl folder. 8½" x 11".
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Topic Articulation, Fluency, Linguisystems, Middle School/Jr. High, Motor Speech Disorders, SLP Resources, Stuttering/Dysfluency
Brand LinguiSystems

Fluency Scenes™ Adolescent

Help your students practice and generalize fluent speech outside the therapy room!

Fluency Scenes Adolescent contains 50 cards with illustrated scenes depicting common preteen/adolescent scenarios on the front and stimulus items on the back. Each set of cards within the deck teaches a fluency strategy in small, progressive steps. Strategies in the last set of cards target transfer and maintenance.

Fluency Scenes Adolescent Card Set

  • Cards 1-5: Establishing fluency through increasing longer and more complex utterances
    Over-exaggerated mouth movements and slow rate of speech prepare students for future success as they learn to make their speech sound like a single, connected unit.
  • Cards 6-9: Regulating/controlling the breath stream
    Mastering breath support/control is critical for fluent speech. These exercises help form the foundation for increasing fluency.
  • Cards 10-14: Establishing light articulatory contact
    Using light articulatory contact helps students reduce tension in speech, which can decrease the length of a prolongation or block.
  • Cards 15-19: Controlling speaking rate
    Students learn the effect of speaking rate on speech fluency and acquire useful strategies to control their rate of speech.
  • Cards 20-24: Oral planning and coordination
    Students learn to visualize successful speaking situations.
  • Cards 25-27: Desensitization
    Students acquire techniques to reduce anxiety and build confidence when speaking.
  • Cards 28-31: Modifying the stuttering moment
    These exercises teach students how to change stuttering moments and decrease frustration.
  • Cards 32-35: Reduction of word avoidance behaviors
    Students use these strategies to decrease fear of difficult words or situations.
  • Cards 36-40: Self-awareness and self-monitoring
    Students take ownership of their speech and begin to monitor speech fluency independently.
  • Cards 41-44: Positive attitude toward self and communication
    Students will recognize and embrace their uniqueness and develop personal pride.
  • Cards 45-50: Transfer and maintenance
    Motivate students to work on speech skills outside of the therapy room with engaging activities.

Fluency Scenes Adolescent

  • 50 double-sided, sturdy picture/stimuli cards (8½”x11”)
  • Instructions
  • Vinyl storage folder
Customer Reviews
  1. Great info and resource too!
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    These cards are great for stimuli, but it also has great fluency information included to teach the students.

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  2. Great product!
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    These scenes and the activities on the back of each one are motivating for my adolescents and target particular fluency strategies in an engaging way. They make fluency therapy fun!

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  3. Worth 10 Stars
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    This is one of the best fluency programs I have ever used. Not only does it build fluency skills, but it also provides information that helps to desensitize students and develop positive attitudes about their speech skills. I've used it with several middle school students, and have seen amazing things happen. These materials could also be adapted to use with articulation and apraxia work.

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