Literacy-Based Intervention: Step by Step
Course Type: Video – 3 1/2 hours
ASHA Course Code: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Education, Training, Service Delivery, Public Policy – 7030
Successfully Use Storybooks to Reduce Planning Time, Easily Work in Groups, and Target Multiple Communication and Academic Goals
Since the publication of Literacy-Based Speech and Language Therapy Activities we are routinely asked: “Can you show us how to do this?” This course is the answer! It is a 9-Part Course walking you through Why and How to make you highly successful at reducing your planning time and dismissing children from any cultural or language background.
Articulation/Phonology, Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI), Exp/Rec Language
.35 Continuing Education Units
Financial Disclosure: Scott Prath, M.A., CCC-SLP is a salaried employee of Bilinguistics. Bilinguistics receives royalty payments for online courses.
Non-Financial Disclosure: Scott Prath does not have any non-financial relationships to disclose.
Everything you need to create the quickest, most effective speech therapy.
$24.00 Literacy-Based Speech and Language Therapy Activities Book
$52.00 Literacy-Based Intervention: Step-by-Step ASHA CEU Course
$15.00 The Gigantic Turnip (El nabo gigante) English-Spanish Bilingual Lit Kit (Lit Kit ebook–storybook not included)
$64.00 Save $27.00!
Successfully use storybooks to:
- Reduce planning time
- Easily work in groups
- Simultaneously target communication and academic goals
- Simultaneously target speech and language goals
- Improve relationships with parents and teachers
- Confidently treat children from diverse backgrounds
- Re-inject fun into your day and career!
Storybooks provide a platform to address academic needs and therapeutic goals simultaneously while accounting for social and cultural factors.
This combo contains over 200 pages of templates, activity ideas, and materials you need to produce powerful intervention in no time! Buy it now and save yourself oodles of time.
Successfully intervene with children from other language backgrounds and cultures using literacy-based intervention. Professionals will be able to target appropriate goals, choose successful intervention strategies, and make progress that leads to dismissals. Articulation is addressed with special considerations for second-language influence. Language strategies presented bolster communication,, vocabulary development, and literacy.
Describe basic theory and research related to storybook intervention
Discuss differences in narrative styles between English and Spanish speakers
Identify book qualities important for speech and language intervention
Design intervention activities that use storybooks
28 minutes: Introduction to Literacy Based Intervention
16 minutes: Research on why to Use Storybooks in Speech and Language Therapy
40 minutes: Improving Story Narratives of Children from Different Cultures
18 minutes: Language Sampling to Accurately Assess What to Work On
22 minutes: Choosing Goals and Taking Data
13 minutes: Storybook Intervention
7 minutes: Pre-Reading Activities
43 minutes: Activities During Book Reading
15 minutes: Post Reading Activities
12 minutes: Conclusion