Language Strategies for Children

Activity Sheets

By Michele Fagan & Vicki Prouty

Grades 2-5

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TPX10001
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$37.99

256-page reproducible manual. Strategies for curriculum-based intervention, including lessons and additional techniques. Focus on language comprehension, oral expression, and story grammar knowledge. 

256-page reproducible manual. Strategies for curriculum-based intervention, including lessons and additional techniques. Focus on language comprehension, oral expression, and story grammar knowledge. 

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Author(s) Michele Fagan & Vicki Prouty
Topic Books, Classroom Collaboration, Evidence-Based Products, Hearing and Sign Language, SLP Resources, Special Educator Resources, Teacher Resources
Brand Super Duper Publications

Language Strategies for Children

Language Strategies implements high-interest, curriculum-based lessons focusing on language comprehension, oral expression, and story grammar knowledge. Each book design includes three units that give students instruction and opportunities to practice listening, oral expression skills, and story grammar elements. The reproducible lessons reinforce listening, questioning, categorizing, sequencing, reasoning, and vocabulary skills.

Language Strategies integrates whole language philosophy, classroom curriculum concepts, literature-based intervention techniques, and strategies for self-prompting. Lessons capitalize on students’ visual strengths by providing creative, visual reminders of strategies. The program components include lessons, homework activities, skills checklists, parent newsletters, and a summer calendar. These materials work together to maximize learning, generalization, and skill maintenance.

In each Language Strategies book:

  • Unit One presents listening activities students need for classroom success and includes lessons on fact/opinion and giving/receiving directions.
  • Unit Two focuses on oral expression skills through activities involving categorization, comparing/contrasting, synonyms/antonyms, analogies, and multiple meaning words.
  • Unit Three practices the story grammar elements of main idea, cause and effect, summarizing, etc.

Language Strategies for Children is for students in Grades 2-5.

Customer Reviews
  1. Love this Book
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    Great book for teaching language strategies to my kiddos with social skills issues.

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  2. Lang. Strategies
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    I have been looking for a way to collaborate with classroom teachers in a highly effective manner. This book will help me do just that. My higher functioning students with autsim will learn social skills through taking another person's perspective. I love the goal setting strategy for each unit. I'm looking forward to getting the book for my preschool students.

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  3. Great resource
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    I love this workbook for ideas, activities and implementation of creating language strategies for children.

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  4. Very useful with my 3rd grade-6th grade students
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    This material was easy to follow and set up in a way that was interesting to my students. It provided a mental picture of "how" they need to organize information to get the meaning of what they read or activity they are working on.

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  5. Not What I Expected
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    I purchased Language Strategies for Children (and Language Strategies for Older Students) expecting to get reproducible worksheets to use with my students. Instead, what I got was a lot of lesson plans with few accompanying worksheets. This book was pricey, so I will try to utilize it in some of my sessions.

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  6. great in the classroom
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    100%
    Great strategies to help in the classroom. I found it very useful.

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The Standards listed are for reference only. Please refer to your District Standards for specific lesson planning.