ceu-multicultural-picture-300x199Welcome to the slp graduate student resources page! We host students each semester and they help us identify SLP grad student resources they find to be the most helpful.

These documents will help guide you through getting a speech therapy caseload up and running and will serve as useful learning tools.

Click below to see templates to create speech therapy lesson plans was to collect data during therapy, documents outlining the information to include in the language and articulation sections of school reports, and a list of ideas to help teachers know how to support their students in generalizing speech and language skills into the classroom.

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Apples to Apples: Milestones expected of all children regardless of home language

Articulation Norms for Spanish and English

Attendance School Data Spreadsheet

Building Vocabulary and Background Knowledge Recommendations

Common Communication Measures

Data Collection Sheet Example

Evaluation Checklist - Bilingual

Evaluation Report Text Samples

Goals that Apply to all Children Regardless of Home Language

Good Storybooks for Bilingual Intervention

Level of Cueing Support

Phonetic Inventories- Spanish vs English Venn Diagram

Storybook Therapy Intervention Templates

Speech Therapy Lesson Plan Template

Strategies for Generalizing Speech Abilities to the Classroom

Therapy Scaffolding Chart

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