Are you running out of ideas for your teletherapy sessions? Do you have multiple goals but don't have a ton of time to prepare? You're in for a treat today!
In this episode, I'm sharing with you my favorite online resources for free books and articles. These are resources you can easily incorporate with Google Classroom. They are super relevant today while we are dealing with the impacts of the Coronavirus but are also suitable for any time of the year.
Of the many I have used, these resources have proved to work best for me. They've allowed me to plan with confidence, get the job done, target my students' goals, and keep them motivated and engaged.
I’ve included all the links so you can check out these resources online. It's a matter of finding what you like, what your students like, and what works best for you and your needs. You’re welcome!
In this episode you’ll discover:
- The benefit of having online resources in your therapy rooms
- Why you should incorporate technology into your methods
- How to utilize online resources and adapt them to your students’ needs
- How to choose online articles for your students
Joke of the Week
Why did the clown go to the doctor?
Answer: Because he was feeling a little funny.
Distance learning with Newsela
Reading Comprehension with ReadWorks.org
Do you love incorporating literacy-based activities in your speech room? Are you looking for more storybooks to add to your collection that are perfect for speech and language therapy? I would love for you to check out my book Ella Bella Just Can't Tell Ya
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