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Where's my water - SLP Lesson plan sample

Where's my water - SLP Lesson plan sample

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Published by Barbara Fernandes
This is a sample lesson plan on utilizing the app " Where's my water" for promoting speech and language growth.
This is a sample lesson plan on utilizing the app " Where's my water" for promoting speech and language growth.

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Published by: Barbara Fernandes on Nov 14, 2012
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Where is my water? Therapy Planby GeekSLPwww.geekslp.com 
Where is my water? 
is a game for the iPad in which a crocodile needs water to bathe.The user can dig through the mud in various ways to allow the water to flow to the bathtub.
Time for activity:
20 minutes.Targets:1.
The student will verbally plan the steps needed to achieve the goalprior to acting out the plan. As each level gets harder and more complex, thestudent’s sequencing and planning skills will increase in complexity.2.
: The therapist will discuss possible scenarios and ask the student: “Whatdo you think it would happen if we dug the mud all the way to the left?”3.
Following directions
: The SLP will give directions to the student with increasinglevel of complexity:
Example: “ First dig to reach the first duck, then skip the second duck and makethe water accumulate before it reaches the crocodile”.4.
Story re-telling
: The SLP and student will take turns completing the levels andstudent must re-tell how each person achieved the target.Homework: A screenshot of a level can be sent home as a “written” homework or as alevel for child and parent to “plan” together and student can put the plan into action thenext session.
Where’s my water? Home challenge
Now that you have practiced your language skills, it is time to take it to the next level!Take a look at the image below and with your family discuss all the possible ways to getsome water to the crocodile and to catch as many ducks as possible. Good luck! Don’tforget the plan, because you will have to put it into action next time we see each other.Source: GeekSLP.com

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