Total Run Time: 3 hours, 38 minutes
Get information you can apply immediately in your work with
tweens and teens on expository text. This streaming video course - broken into
six digestible sections - will give you strategies and plenty of example
activities you can take directly into your treatment sessions to make
intervention most effective.
Students in grades 6–12
frequently struggle with both the content and use of academic language. As they
move through the secondary grades, they are confronted with increasingly more
expository language, as opposed to the mostly narrative language they saw in
elementary grades. This course will explore the fascinating relationship
between these two language structures, which provides a strong basis for our
therapeutic interventions as speech-language pathologists. The presenter will
provide examples of linking narratives to expository text to ultimately help
students successfully use academic language at the secondary level. The
presenter will share strategies to use in different service delivery settings
(one-on-one intervention vs. in the classroom).
You will be able to:
the difference between narrative (stories) and expository language (analyzing
facts) to secondary students
the seven expository text structures to redesign a familiar narrative
a lesson that uses academic language in the classroom to increase comprehension
and expression of curricular content
What is Included?
You'll get online access to all the course content, including the full video, handout, references, and appendices, so you can access it from anywhere!
Self-assessment—Think about what you learned and report on the Completion Form how you will use your new knowledge.
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