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Speech Therapy Evaluation Resources

Analysis of the Informal and Formal Bilingual Articulation Assessment

Analysis of Formal and Informal Bilingual Receptive language Assessment

Analysis of Formal and Informal Bilingual Expressive Language Assessment

Apples to Apples for Speech and Language

Articulation Norms for Spanish and English

Assessment of Fictional Narratives

Background Information Organizer

Building Blocks for Speech Slide Wall Chart

Common Communication Measures

Common Disorder Traits Shared by Children with Hearing Loss

Common Semantic and Syntactic Errors in the English Language Learner

C-PAC Assessment Protocol for Calculating Articulation and Phonology

Crystalized Knowledge - Intelligence as it relates to a Learning Disability

Cultural Parameters and Assessment

Dynamic Assessment Protocol

Early Sound Development Quick Reference Tables

Evaluation Checklist PK-K 1st English and Spanish

Evaluation Impressions/Notes Organizer

Evaluation Test Log

Evaluation Test Packet Checklist (Bilingual)

Evaluation Report Text Samples

Evaluation Writing Organizer for Rec and Exp Language

Executive Function Skills Checklist

Fluency Assessment Calculator

Fluency Assessment Flowchart – Bilingual

Goals that Apply to all Children Regardless of Home Language

Home Language Survey Suggestions

Interpreter Informational Sheet

Language History Form

Merging Information into Report Templates (Sample Excel Merge File)

Parent Questionnaire for Language History

Phonetic Inventories- Spanish vs English Venn Diagram

Phonological Patterns of the English Language Learner – Quick Reference Charts

Phonological Process Norms -Spanish and English Comparison

Red Flags for Speech Language Impairment

Teacher Referral Packet for Second-Language Learners

Vision Screener - Quick Informal

Vocabulary Building and Improved Recall Recommendations

Vowel Comparison for Spanish and English (Venn Diagram) 

 

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Faster Report Writing Tip #6: Pre-Written Paragraphs

While we don’t have exactly the same paragraphs from one student to the next, the structure of our paragraphs is similar from one report to the next.  For example, when I start my receptive language section, I always start with my diagnostic statement.  My first sentence will look something like

Positive and Successful Individualized Education Program Meetings ( IEP Meetings )

For those of us who work with students in special education, we have the opportunity to participate in IEP meetings at least once per year.  Sometimes IEP meetings are very positive and productive experiences. Other times they are not.  When they are really bad, they don’t end in agreement and

Faster Report Writing Tip #5: Use Pre-Filled Charts and Tables in Reports

I include a lot of tables in my reports.  Some of them are filled with merge codes.  Some of them are pre-filled.  Below is an example of a table that is filled with merge codes.  We need to include all of our sources of information with dates. A lot of

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