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AcademicÊCommunicationÊAssociates,Ê Inc.Ê 4 LANGUAGE AND AUDITORY PROCESSING The Speech-Language Pathologist’s Intervention Resource Larry J. Mattes Here is a collection of lists, forms, website listings, and resources that you will use on a daily basis when serving children or adults with communication disorders. The resources in this book will save you hours of planning time every day. The book also includes materials that will be helpful in planning programs for students who come from bilingual/ multicultural backgrounds. • Basic concepts used in classroom instruction • Synonyms and antonyms • Similes • Proverbs and idiomatic expressions • Prefixes and suffixes • Irregular past tense verbs and plurals • Contractions • Sign language alphabet • Multisyllabic words for oral motor practice • Phonetically-spelled words • Articulation norms • Listening comprehension and thinking skills Speech-Language Pathologist’s Intervention Resource #49967-C20 Printed Book $44.00 #49967CD-C20 Complete Book on CD $44.00 #49967BCD-C20 Book and CD $59.00 • Phonological awareness development • Articulation differences commonly observed among Spanish speakers learning English • African American English language features The book also includes lists of conjunctions, compound words, multiple meaning words, rhyming words, descriptive vocabulary words, concepts related to reading and writing, survival words, and MUCH, MUCH MORE. Larry J. Mattes Here is a guidebook that will help you select appropriate instructional objectives and plan instructional programs for school-age children with deficits in oral and written communication. The book will be especially useful in planning instructional programs for children with communication disorders. This resource includes a wide range of ready-to-use objectives relevant to the development of oral communication and basic literacy skills. Many of the goals in this book have been selected based on a comprehensive review of state standards for instruction in the elementary school grades. Speechlanguage pathologists and special education teachers will find this book to be a valuable resource. Activity suggestions are included. GOALS #42222-C20 Printed Book Only $38.00 #42222CD-C20 Complete Book on CD $38.00 #42222BCD-C20 Book and CD $53.00 This product and many others can be ordered and downloaded from our website! A practical IEPhelper! Guidebook of Objectives and Activities for Language Skills (GOALS) This is an essential resource for every speech-language pathologist!
LANGUAGE AND AUDITORY PROCESSING TOLL-FREE Telephone Orders: (888) 758-9558 www.acawebsite.com 5 Teaching Basic Spatial Concepts CD Reproducible Pictures and Games Ages 4 through 10 Use the reproducible picture cards and games on this CD to teach the spatial conceptson, in, under, behind , beside , andbetween. Print out pages from the reproducible PDF file, as often as necessary, for use with your students. You can also distribute copies of pages to parents for use in home programs. Teaching Basic Spatial Concepts CD Reproducible Pictures and Games Academic Communication Associates Order the CD or download this product from our website! Teaching Basic Spatial Concepts #44417CD-C20 Complete Book on CD $18.00 Category Carnival Patty R. Schuchardt Ages 4 through 8 Here is a collection of reproducible games and worksheets for teaching children to group words into categories, to make comparisons, and to describe word relationships. The kit includes gameboards and an activity manual. Children with language disorders, English language learners, and others will enjoy the activities. #4902-C20 Category Carnival $23.00 In a hurry? Download ACA products fromour website! NEW NEW
AcademicÊCommunicationÊAssociates,Ê Inc.Ê 6 LANGUAGE AND AUDITORY PROCESSING Get TheBASICS The Book of Activities and Strategies for Improving Communication Skills (BASICS) Developed by ACA Ages 4 through 10 The activities in this book build vocabulary and oral expression skills as students use language for a variety of purposes. Children also learn “social rules” and strategies for using language to solve everyday problems. Skills emphasized include listening and following directions, expressing needs and feelings, describing expressions, initiating interactions, taking turns, maintaining a topic, asking for help, requesting information, and distinguishing between appropriate and inappropriate comments. BASICS #48025-C20 Printed Book $36.00 #48025CD-C20 Complete Book on CD $36.00 #48025BCD-C20 Book and CD $51.00 Workbook for Vocabulary and Verbal Reasoning Ages 7 through 13 The activities in this book are designed to strengthen vocabulary as students learn words that are closely related in meaning and use these words in various ways. Students are challenged to describe similarities and differences, categorize words, make comparisons, identify and explain errors, rephrase sentences, complete analogies, identify words with similar meanings, and describe word relationships. All activities may be reproduced for use in instruction. #49932-C20 Workbook for Vocabulary and Verbal Reasoning $37.00 Workouts for Language and Thinking Skills Developed by ACA Ages 5 through 11 Now you can challenge students to listen, react to what they hear, and solve problems using highinterest, motivating activities. Skills emphasized include following directions, categorizing information, sequencing, asking questions, comparing, identifying causes, predicting outcomes, explaining events, and finishing incomplete stories. We’ve also included revised versions of selected activities that were formerly contained inHarmon Hippo’s Language Workouts. Many of the activities can be sent home for additional practice. Workouts for Language and Thinking Skills #46051-C20 Printed Book $37.00 #46051CD-C20 Complete Book on CD $37.00 #46051BCD-C20 Book and CD $52.00
LANGUAGE AND AUDITORY PROCESSING TOLL-FREE Telephone Orders: (888) 758-9558 www.acawebsite.com 7 Vocabulary Builders for Adolescents with Special Needs Katie Sciurba and the ACA Staff Ages 13 through 19 Teach vocabulary to adolescents with vocabulary deficits using informational articles that provide meaningful contexts for teaching vocabulary words commonly used within the curriculum. As students participate in the activities, they learn about important topics such as finding employment, protecting the environment, dealing with peer pressure, and cultural differences. The articles may be presented orally to students. Worksheet activities challenge students to respond to questions, define words, and use vocabulary in sentences. Words such as hazardous, regulations, survival, efficient, andqualificationsare targeted. A CD with the complete book is also available. Vocabulary Builders for Adolescents with Special Needs #41003-C20 Printed Book Only $37.00 #41003CD-C20 Complete Book on CD $37.00 #41003BCD-C20 Book and CD $52.00 © 2010AcademicCommunicationAssociates, Inc. 110 VocabularyBuilders forAdolescents Oil Spills and the Environment Oil is an important source of energy that is becomingmore expensive. Oil isused to produce the fuelweuse in our cars and trucks.When oil prices increase, the price of gasoline increases. We depend on oil from from other parts of theworld.Accidents sometimes occurwhen oil is transported in large ocean vessels.These accidentsmay cause oil tanks to puncture. Some oil tanks are located deep in the ocean.Amajor catastrophe can occur if these tanks puncture. It isnot easy to plugup oil tanks located deep in the ocean. The oil spill caused by these leaks poses a threat to ocean life.A spill is detrimental to sea creatures because they cannot clean the oil from their bodies. Fish often die from exposure to large amounts of oil. Birdsmay die because the oil prevents them from flying. If they cannot fly, they cannot catch their food. Some people earn their income by finshing and selling the fish that they catch. If the ocean is contaminated, the fishmaynot be healthy to eat. Many people like to surf or swim in the ocean.Following an oil spill, thewater in the oceanmay behazardous to yourhealth. It is important to plugup tanks that are leaking oil and to cleanup following amajor spill. Oil spillshave caused serious problems for the environment. It can take years for the environment to recover from this type of pollution. Weneed to do everything thatwe can to prevent oil spills from occurring. Student:_______________________________Date:_______________ Article#20 Topic-centered lessons build vocabulary for the curriculum and daily life Build vocabulary emphasized within the school curriculum! Communication Activities and Reproducible Exercises (CARE) © 2010AcademicCommunicationAssociates, Inc. www.acadcom.com CARE LanguageProcessingActivityResource 36 ____ 1. Ahealthydiet is essential for a rapid recovery following illness. _______________________________________________________________________________ ____ 2. Thepreceding televisionprogramwasbasedon an actual event. _______________________________________________________________________________ ____ 3. Sometimes citizens are accusedof crimes that theydidnot commit. _______________________________________________________________________________ ____ 4. Weneed access to resources that can assist earthquake victims. _______________________________________________________________________________ ____ 5. The governor’sopinions about taxes are controversial. _______________________________________________________________________________ ____ 6. Mark’s contributions to thediscussionwere irrelevant to theproblembeingdiscussed. _______________________________________________________________________________ ____ 7. The inspection identified severedamage to the rear axleof the car. _______________________________________________________________________________ ____ 8. Thedoctorwasnot convinced that themedicinewouldbe effective. _______________________________________________________________________________ ____ 9. Cars functionbest ifprovidedwith the recommendedmaintenance. _______________________________________________________________________________ ____10. Thepromptdeliveryofmail is ahighpriority. _______________________________________________________________________________ Rephrases Sentences Worksheet#4-10 Name: ___________________________ Date:__________________ Instructions: Ask the student to rephrase each sentence by creating a sentence that has the same meaning. Activity 4 CARE Language Processing Intervention Resource Ages 12 through Adult This book includes language processing exercises and reproducible worksheet pages to help older children and adults who have difficulty processing and using language. The activities challenge students to recall information and to think about what they hear in sentences and paragraphs. Students also practice using contextual information to facilitate comprehension. Listening passages in CARE focus on topics such as recycling, protecting animals, and interacting with people who have disabilities. Skills emphasized include using contextual information, identifying words with similar meanings, rephrasing sentences, combining details to create sentences, defining words, explaining idioms, recalling steps in a process, recalling details from messages, and making inferences. The lessons and reproducible worksheets in the book can be used to build critical language processing skills and to strengthen word retrieval. The activities are designed so that they can be easily modified to meet the specific learning needs of students. New expanded CD The CD edition has been expanded to include the entire book plus supplemental activity pages. CARE Language Processing Intervention Resource #41001-C20 Printed Book Only $37.00 #41001CD-C20 CD Only $37.00 #41002-C20 Book and CD $52.00
AcademicÊCommunicationÊAssociates,Ê Inc.Ê 8 LANGUAGE AND AUDITORY PROCESSING Processing Auditory Directions Developed by ACA Ages 5 through 10 Use the reproducible activities in this book to build listening skills and basic concepts as children process auditory directions. The book emphasizes directions relevant to completing worksheets and various tasks within the classroom. Concepts relating to size, location, shape, and time are emphasized. Activities targeting multistep directions are included! The activities can be adapted easily for use with diverse student populations. The worksheet activities may be reproduced for use in instruction. Processing Auditory Directions #42402-C20 Printed Book $34.00 #42402CD-C20 Complete Book on CD $34.00 #42402BCD-C20 Book and CD $49.00 The BOOK of LOVE is here! Book of Listening and Oral Vocabulary Exercises (Book of LOVE) Larry J. Mattes and Patty R. Schuchardt Ages 11 through 17 Here is a collection of high-interest activities that can be used to develop auditory processing, vocabulary comprehension, memory, and oral communication skills. Each lesson targets words commonly encountered in magazines, newspapers, and classroom reading material. The topic-centered activities give students practice in defining words and using these words within sentence contexts. Skills emphasized include giving precise word definitions, comparing word meanings, using context to facilitate comprehension, and constructing meaningful sentences. The product is available in a book or CD format. Book of LOVE #49571-C20 Printed Book $37.00 #49571CD-C20 Complete Book on CD $37.00 #49571BCD-C20 Book and CD $52.00
Reproducible Worksheets are included! LANGUAGE AND AUDITORY PROCESSING TOLL-FREE Telephone Orders: (888) 758-9558 www.acawebsite.com 9 Listen, Think, and Remember Larry J. Mattes and Patty R. Schuchardt Ages 4 through 12 Here is a collection of activities, games, and reproducible worksheets for improving auditory comprehension and memory skills so that children with language or learning disabilities can succeed in the classroom. Cut and paste activities give students “hands on” learning experiences as they follow your directions for creating puppets and pasting objects on picture worksheets. Short stories, games, and other high-interest activities are included. The learning activities also strengthen basic language concepts. Listen, Think, and Remember #40411-C20 Printed Book $38.00 #40411CD-C20 Complete Book on CD $38.00 #40411BCD-C20 Book and CD $53.00 Listen and Win Auditory Directions Game Ages 5 through 10 The activities in this game challenge children to follow directions and to answer questions relating to information presented orally. As children play the game, they practice following directions that target basic concepts relating to location, quantity, size, color, and shape. The kit includes an 11" x 17" playing board, spinner, and playing cards. Listening and Oral Vocabulary Exercises (LOVE) Larry J. Mattes and Patty R. Schuchardt Ages 5 through 10 Now you can use listening activities to teach vocabulary relevant to the subject matter of the classroom curriculum. Each listening passage targets words that are often difficult for children with communication disorders. Memory activities are included that challenge students to pay close attention to information presented in sentences and short paragraphs. Skills emphasized include answering questions, recalling information, defining words, describing differences in word meanings, and using words in sentences. Reproducible worksheets are included. Listening and Oral Vocabulary Exercises #48004-C20 Printed Book $37.00 #48004CD-C20 Complete Book on CD $37.00 #48004BCD-C20 Book and CD $52.00 All you need is LOVE #499919-C20 Listen andWin $24.00
AcademicÊCommunicationÊAssociates,Ê Inc.Ê 10 LANGUAGE AND AUDITORY PROCESSING Sequencing Adventures for Improving Language Skills (SAILS) Patty R. Schuchardt Ages 4 through 8 SAILSis designed to help children develop listening comprehension and story sequencing skills. Short picture stories with simple sentences are included. Each story is read to the child, and the child is asked to retell the sequence of events. Four 8.5" by 11" pictures depict the critical events in each story. Smaller, reproducible versions of these pictures are used for sequencing activities. Students are also asked to respond to questions about each story. Skills emphasized include sequencing story pictures, telling stories in sequence, answering wh -questions, and relating events to personal experiences. SAILS #43012-C20 Printed Book $37.00 #43012CD-C20 Complete Book on CD $37.00 #43012BCD-C20 Book and CD $52.00 What Do You Say? Early Childhood Level - Ages 4 through 8 The early childhood level is designed to build basic language skills such as greeting others, taking turns, asking for help, and responding to questions. The activities also help students use complete sentences. The early childhood level includes black-line pictures of situations described in the game activities. The complete kit includes an 11" x 17" full-color playing board, spinner, task cards, and situation pictures. Intermediate Level - Ages 8 through 17 The Intermediate Level of this game is designed to strengthen pragmatic communication and problemsolving skills. As students play, they are asked to distinguish appropriate behaviors from inappropriate behaviors, to evaluate the responses of others, and to suggest alternative solutions. Skills emphasized include solving problems, making requests, giving polite responses, and reacting to inappropriate behavior. The complete kit includes the game cards, playing instructions, a colorful hard-back game board, markers, and a spinner. What Do You Say? #49940-C20 Early Childhood Level $34.00 #49939-C20 Intermediate Level $38.00 #49938-C20 Both Levels $65.00 Intermediate Level Early Childhood Level SAVE $7.00 when you buy both levels. We now offer downloadable books and catalogs on our website. Our online flippage catalog has downloadable pages and is updated frequently.
LANGUAGE AND AUDITORY PROCESSING TOLL-FREE Telephone Orders: (888) 758-9558 www.acawebsite.com 11 Assessment and Intervention Materials (AIM) Assessment and Intervention Materials– Basic Language and Social Skills (AIM) Ages 5 through Adult Here is a collection of practical assessment and intervention tools for use with students who have autism, developmental disabilities, or augmentative communication needs. The book includes a variety of observational assessment forms and checklists that focus on basic skills such as expressing needs, requesting assistance, focusing attention, responding to yes-no questions, and taking turns. The book also includes reproducible picture symbols, sign language symbols, vocabulary lists, communication boards, social interaction stories, and other resources. The optional CD has been expanded to include the entire book plus a special supplement with printable resources in both black and white and full-color formats. Picture symbols with and without text are included on the CD. Assessment and Intervention Materials #41000M-C20 Printed Book $39.00 #41000CD-C20 Book on CD with Supplement $44.00 #41000-C20 Book and CD $59.00 26 Assessment and InterventionMaterials (AIM) Copyright© 2010AcademicCommunicationAssociates, Inc. Web:www.acadcom.com Speech Gestures FacialExpressions SignLanguage PictureSymbols FunctionalCommunicationAssessmentForm AssessmentForm 5 Name:_______________________ Date:_________ Assessedby:_______________ Skill Observations Greets others Describes actions Shares experiences Tells stories Describes problems Describes solutions for problems Expresses gratitude Asks for favors Expresses a�ection 17 Assessment and InterventionMaterials (AIM) Copyright© 2010AcademicCommunicationAssociates, Inc. Web:www.acadcom.com AssessmentofNonverbalBehavior AssessmentForm 2 Name:___________________________ Date:_________ Assessedby:_____________ Skill Score Ob ervations Standsanappropriatedistance from othersduring social interactions Makes appropriate eye contact when speaking Makes appropriate eye contact when listening Uses appropriate body posture during social interactions Uses appropriate hand gestures Makesappropriate facial expressions Turns toward peoplewho are speaking Responds appropriately to the facial expressions of others 11 Assessment and InterventionMaterials (AIM) Copyright© 2010AcademicCommunicationAssociates, Inc. Web:www.acadcom.com read write stand sit 41 42 43 44 Perfect for students with autism! The EXPANDED CD includes the book plus supplemental resources! Building Language Processing Skills Larry J. Mattes Ages 8 through 17 Here is a collection of reproducible activities that stimulate the development of language and thinking skills as students use language for a variety of purposes. Short stories relevant to situations commonly encountered in school and at home are included. The activities are designed primarily for students with language disorders and learning disabilities. Skills emphasized include making comparisons, comparing word meanings, solving problems, identifying word relationships, using context to identify word meanings, giving explanations, identifying errors in reasoning, evaluating the appropriateness of verbal statements, and rephrasing verbal statements. Building Language Processing Skills #49958-C20 Printed Book $39.00 #49958CD-C20 Complete Book on CD $39.00 #49958BCD-C20 Book and CD $54.00
AcademicÊCommunicationÊAssociates,Ê Inc.Ê 12 LANGUAGE AND AUDITORY PROCESSING Expressive Language and Vocabulary Intervention Sourcebook (ELVIS) Ages 10 through Adult ELVISis a practical 200-page volume that you can use to build vocabulary and expressive language skills as students participate in activities relevant to success within the classroom curriculum. The book targets essential words such as transition , relevant, prevalent, and rational —words commonly used in newspapers, classroom reading materials, and worksheet assignments. ELVISincludes the strategies and materials that you need to plan and implement individualized intervention programs. Key Features of ELVIS • Research-based strategies for building vocabulary • Activities that target skills commonly emphasized within school curriculum standards • Vocabulary lists with words that are essential for success in the classroom literacy curriculum • Reproducible assessment checklists • Ready-to use, reproducible vocabulary lessons ELVIShelps students develop word consciousness, knowledge of word relationships, and skill in using context to identify word meanings. The activities also build knowledge of multiple meaning words, semantically related words, idioms, and the structural elements of words (e.g., prefixes). The book includes the Essential Vocabulary for School Success, a list of curriculum relevant words that are important for special needs students to learn. The book ELVIS isavailable NOW! also includes lists of work-related words, descriptive words, idiomatic expressions, multiple meaning words, and MORE! A CD edition with the complete book is available. ELVIS #46661-C20 Printed Book $38.00 #46661CD-C20 Complete Book on CD $38.00 #46661BCD-C20 Book and CD $53.00 abandon abbreviate accommodate accrue accumulate acknowledge adapt address admit advocate affect alienate alleviate allocate allot allude alter annotate anticipate apply appreciate apprehend arrange articulate assemble assert assess assimilate associate assume attain attest attribute automate calculate captivate challenge cite claim clarify coincide collaborate commemorate commence compensate compile complement compose conceive conclude condemn condone conduct confine confirm confiscate conform confront connote consider consist constrain constrict consult contend contradict contrast convert convey coordinate correlate correspond criticize culminate debate decipher decline deduce List 8 Essential Words for School Success Part 1 -Verbs 102 © 2011AcademicCommunicationAssociates, Inc. Expressive Language andVocabulary InterventionSourcebook 115 © 2011AcademicCommunicationAssociates, Inc. Expressive Language andVocabulary InterventionSourcebook Instructions: Define each underlinedword below as it is used in the sentence. Then use the underlinedword in a sentence of your own. 1. The policewere able to verify thatCindy told the truth. Definition: _______________________________________________________ Sentence: _______________________________________________________ 2. The businesswillmake a transition to a new computer system. Definition: _______________________________________________________ Sentence: _______________________________________________________ 3. It is quite obvious thatMariawants to get a new job. Definition: _______________________________________________________ Sentence: _______________________________________________________ 4. The jury reached a unanimous decision that themanwas innocent. Definition: _______________________________________________________ Sentence: _______________________________________________________ 5. Lupewas asked to give a summary of everything that happened. Definition: _______________________________________________________ Sentence: _______________________________________________________ 6. You need to distribute a copy of the article to every student. Definition: _______________________________________________________ Sentence: _______________________________________________________ 7. Darvin seemed to alienate everyonewith hismean comments and had few friends. Definition: _______________________________________________________ Sentence: _______________________________________________________ 8. We need to abandon the building because it is dangerous. Definition: _______________________________________________________ Sentence: _______________________________________________________ Student:__________________________ Date:___________ Activity6-1G Defining Words in Sentence Contexts _ Student:__________________________ Date:___________ Activity8-2B Defining and Using Expressions Instructions:Give themeaningof theunderlinedexpression ineachsentence.Then replace theexpr ssi nwithotherwods inasente ce that s thesamemeaning. 1. Ourneed for a new policy is as plain as day. M aning: ______ Revision: _______________________________________________________ _______________________________ ______ 2.Andreawaswet behind the earswhen she started the new job, soTom showed her what she needed to do. Meaning: _______________________________________________________ Revision: _______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ 3. Ezraarrived latewhenwehadadeadlineand finished theworkby theskinofhis teeth. Meaning: _______________________________________________________ Revision: _______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ 4. Try to keep your chin up because youwill do better if you practice hard. Meaning: _______________________________________________________ Revision: _______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ 5. Aliciawill get onmy nerves if she talks toomuchwhen I am playing golf. Meaning: _______________________________________________________ Revision: _______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ 6. Randy is two-faced andwill pretend to be nicewhen hewants a favor from you. Meaning: _______________________________________________________ Revision: _______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ 153 © 2011AcademicCommunicationAssociates, Inc. Expressive Language andVocabulary InterventionSourcebook Classroom Language Activities for Special Students (CLASS) Mary L. Stayner Primary Level: Ages 5 through 8 Intermediate Level: Ages 9 through 13 Build language skills as children learn about their community, environment, animals, plants, natural resources, and other topics. The two books in this series help children with language and learning disabilities improve vocabulary, sequencing, and other important language skills. Each activity targets specific language skills as children learn information emphasized within the curriculum. Subject matter from science, math, social studies, and the language arts is used. #49968-C20 Primary CLASS $34.00 #49969-C20 Intermediate CLASS $34.00 Teach skills relevant to CORE CURRICULUM STANDARDS
LANGUAGE AND AUDITORY PROCESSING TOLL-FREE Telephone Orders: (888) 758-9558 www.acawebsite.com 13 Book of Activities and Games for Expressive Language (BAGEL) Ages 5 through 10 Here is a collection of games and thinking activities that can be used to strengthen language comprehension and production. Skills emphasized include using present and past tense verbs, asking and answering wh-questions, using prepositions, using descriptive words, describing events, telling stories, defining words, giving verbal explanations, comparing and contrasting, and solving problems. Highinterest activities and games are included in this easy-to-use instructional resource. Building Expressive Language Skills Developed by ACA Ages 5 through 16 This book includes activities that can be used to develop proficiency in both the structural and functional (pragmatic) aspects of communication. Use the activities to help students formulate grammatical sentences, sequence information, tell stories, give explanations, and express feelings. The activities facilitate the development of communication skills that are critical for effective interactions in social contexts. Many of the activities are divided into several levels of difficulty. Reproducible worksheets are included. Building Expressive Language Skills #49703-C20 Printed Book $39.00 #49703CD-C20 Complete Book on CD $39.00 #49703BCD-C20 Book and CD $54.00 Developed by ACA Ages 5 through 8 TheBook of GOLDis a collection of easy-to-use game activities that stimulate the development of auditory processing, grammar, vocabulary, problem-solving, and pragmatic communication skills. Reproducible playing boards, pictures, and task cards are included for games that require the use of visual stimuli. The book also includes “listening games” in which two teams compete to earn points so that they can “WIN THE GOLD.” Book of Games for Oral Language Development (Book of GOLD) BAGEL #41410-C20 Printed Book $37.00 #41410CD-C20 Complete Book on CD $37.00 #41410BCD-C20 Book and CD $52.00 Book of GOLD #40002-C20 Printed Book $36.00 #40022CD-C20 Complete Book on CD $36.00 #40002BCD-C20 Book and CD $51.00
AcademicÊCommunicationÊAssociates,Ê Inc.Ê 14 LANGUAGE AND AUDITORY PROCESSING Exercises for Basic Language Concepts Second Edition Ages 4 through 10 Here is a collection of stories, thinking activities, and materials that you can use to promote the development of concepts relating to position, time, number, and size. As children participate in the activities, they practice following and giving directions, talking about time order in short stories, making comparisons using basic concepts, describing steps in a process, and other skills. The second edition includes additional basic concept stories and new reproducible pictures for teaching concepts that are critical for success in the classroom. The expanded CD edition includes the entire book plus supplemental activities and full-color basic concept pictures that you can display on your monitor or print out. The reproducible pages can be sent home for additional practice. The CD also includes an interactive fun basic concepts game activity that reinforces the skills taught in the book. Exercises for Basic Language Concepts #49914-C20 Printed Book Only $37.00 #49924CD-C20 CD Only $37.00 #49924-C20 Book and CD $52.00 The CD has been expanded to include the entire book plus full-color pictures, and an interactive learning activity. Story Sequencing Activity Resource Second Edition Ages 7 through 14 Help students develop sequencing skills with the easy-to-use picture stories in this book. The expanded second edition of this popular resource includes revisions in content, new stories, and new activities. Between 4 and 12 pictures are used to illustrate each of the sequencing stories. The stories target the following skills: • Answering questions about stories • Explaining story events • Identifying errors in a sequence of events • Using information to create stories The story pictures may be reproduced as often as necessary for use in instruction. The CD edition now includes the entire book and makes it easy to print out the reproducible sequencing pictures. Story Sequencing Activity Resource #43291-C20 Printed Book Only $37.00 #43291CD-C20 Complete Book on CD $37.00 #43293-C20 Book and CD $55.00 Students sequence the pictures and tell the story
Only $12 Printed in USA LANGUAGE AND AUDITORY PROCESSING TOLL-FREE Telephone Orders: (888) 758-9558 www.acawebsite.com 15 StoryBlasters Second Edition Illustrated by Tom Matthews Ages 7 through 17 Use the creative illustrations and story starters in this book to help students develop storytelling skills and improve oral expression. A story starter relating to the action depicted in an illustration is first presented and the student’s task is to tell the rest of the story. The humorous 8.5" by 11" illustrations are great for eliciting stories from students who need high-interest materials. Reproducible worksheets for recording students’ responses are included. Story Blasters #48101-C20 Printed Book $37.00 #48101CD-C20 Complete Book on CD $37.00 #48101BCD-C20 Book and CD $52.00 StoryBlaster Picture Cards Created by Academic Communication Associates Ages 7 through 17 Watch students blast off into original stories with the 52 picture cards in this set. Each card can be used to stimulate production of an original story. Students are asked to select a card and to tell a story about the action shown. Suggested story starters are included. All picture cards published by ACA are printed in the USA. #48102-C20 Story Blaster Picture Cards $12.00 Think, Compare, and Explain Ages 5 through 14 Help students develop thinking skills as they make comparisons and give explanations. Students are asked to explain events, activities, problems, absurdities, and much, much more. Full-color picture scenes and an instructional activity manual are included. #4805-C20 Think, Compare, and Explain $46.50
AcademicÊCommunicationÊAssociates,Ê Inc.Ê 16 LANGUAGE AND AUDITORY PROCESSING Descriptive Language Activity Kit Developed by Academic Communication Associates Ages 5 through 14 Children learn to use precise vocabulary and basic concepts related to size, color, shape, quantity, and location, as they identify similarities and differences, describe word relationships, and answer questions requiring them to make comparisons or to give precise, specific responses. The complete kit includes 24 full-colorWhat’s the Difference Cardsand an activity manual with reproducible worksheets. #49943-C20 Descriptive Language Activity Kit $39.00 Stories for Oral Language Development (SOLD) Larry J. Mattes and Patty R. Schuchardt Ages 5 through 11 Strengthen vocabulary, grammar, verbal reasoning, storytelling, and pragmatic language skills using the high interest stories and activities in this book. After listening to each story, students are asked to respond to questions and to perform activities relating to the story events. The stories feature Alvis the Elephant and other characters. The reproducible activities provide practice in the use of pronouns, prepositions, verb tenses, and other basic grammatical structures that are often difficult for children with learning deficiencies. Skills emphasized include recalling story details, describing events and situations, sequencing story events, telling original stories, understanding cause-effect relationships, giving explanations, and defining words. Alvis the Elephant rocks ! Story Construction Activities for Building Storytelling Skills Larry J. Mattes and Patty R. Schuchardt Ages 10 through 17 Use the story building activities in this book to help students improve storytelling skills. As students participate in the activities, they listen to stories, sequence story pictures, and create expanded versions of stories. Students can create stories by using a few pictures or by combining a large number of pictures. Humorous illustrations motivate students to be creative during story construction. The book also includes activities that challenge students to create stories when presented with story starters, specific details, or a problem that needs to be resolved. Stories for Oral Language Development #49953-C20 Printed Book $36.00 #49953CD-C20 Complete Book on CD $36.00 #49953BCD-C20 Book and CD $51.00 Story Construction #48003-C20 Printed Book $36.00 #48003CD-C20 Complete Book on CD $36.00 #48003BCD-C20 Book and CD $51.00
LANGUAGE AND AUDITORY PROCESSING TOLL-FREE Telephone Orders: (888) 758-9558 www.acawebsite.com 17 The CD has been expanded to include the entire book plus supplemental activities! Exercises for Descriptive Language Larry J. Mattes Ages 4 through 10 The expanded second edition of this book includes a variety of revisions and new activities. Students practice giving descriptive information as they tell stories in sequence, talk about situations, define words, and give explanations. Students also describe how closely-related picture scenes are the same and how they are different. Send activities home for additional practice. The optional CD has been expanded to include the entire book and supplemental picture-based activity pages. Use the full-color pictures on the CD to stimulate active participation in learning activities. Exercises for Descriptive Language #49920-C20 Printed Book Only $37.00 #49920CD-C20 CD Only $37.00 #49990-C20 Book and CD $52.00 Second Edition Solve the Problem Ages 5 through 11 The picture cards and the reproducible activities in this practical resource help children use language to solve everyday problems. Students are asked to think of appropriate solutions for each of the problems. You’ll use these activities frequently to facilitate the development of thinking skills and pragmatic language abilities. The kit includes 24 full-color picture scenes and an activity manual with reproducible pictures and worksheets. #49947-C20 Solve the Problem $36.00 Problem-Solving Situations for Children Ages 5 through 9 Children in special education programs often have difficulty interacting with others and using language to solve problems. Each problem situation in this book is represented in an 8.5" x 11" illustration. After listening to a description of the problem, students respond to questions such as, “What would you do in this situation?” The importance of taking turns, being polite, and showing concern for the feelings and needs of others is emphasized. Reproducible worksheets are included. Problem-Solving Situations for Children #49964-C20 Printed Book Only $39.00 #49964CD-C20 CD Only $39.00 #49964BCD-C20 Book and CD $54.00 New CD
Students sequence the pictures on the screen and listen to the story! AcademicÊCommunicationÊAssociates,Ê Inc.Ê 18 LANGUAGE AND AUDITORY PROCESSING Visual Story Sequencing Software Second Edition Ages 5 through 11 or older students with developmental disabilities Visual Story Sequencing Software builds sequencing skills using stories that each have four illustrations. The program speaks phrases at the touch of a button. Here’s how it works: • Students are presented with the story pictures in random order • Students listen to (or read) sentences describing each picture • Students use the mouse to arrange the pictures in the correct story order and the program checks their work Students can use this program independently to practice sequencing skills. Session data is recorded based on the number of correct responses. Your students will love the “drag and drop” picture sequencing activities. The program includes full-color versions of all stories from the book, Sequencing Games and Language Activities! System requirements: Windows-compatible computer, 8 megabytes of RAM, 12 megabytes of hard disk space, andWindows 95, 98, ME, XP, 2000, Vista, Windows 7 or higher Catalog Price was $119.00. Save $50.00 NOW. #47777-C20 Visual Story Sequencing Software $69.00 Build story sequencing skills with our easy-to-use software! FEATURED PRODUCT - Save $50 NOW - Only $69.00 Ages 5 through 11 Here is a collection of listening and speaking activities that can be used to develop sequencing skills as children sequence story pictures, respond to verbal instructions, identify errors in the order of events, and more. Each story includes four pictures on a reproducible page. The activities are especially helpful in programs for children with language processing difficulties. Perfect for use in the classroom or at home! Sequencing Games and Language Activities #40082-C20 Book Only $34.00 #40082CD-C20 Complete Book on CD $34.00 #40082BCD-C20 Book and CD $49.00 Sequencing Games and Language Activities ComparisonChallenge CD Ages 8 through 17 Challenge your students to use descriptive language skills as they describe similarities and differences between pictures that are almost identical. The CD includes printable PDF page files. #4830CD-C20 Comparison Challenge CD $27.00 Save $70.00 - GetVisual Story Sequencing Softwareand theSequencing Games and Language ActivitiesBook and CD Combo for only $98.00. #47778-C20 Visual Story Sequencing Software PLUS Sequencing Games Book and CD $98.00 Students compare pictures that are almost identical!
LANGUAGE AND AUDITORY PROCESSING TOLL-FREE Telephone Orders: (888) 758-9558 www.acawebsite.com 19 Situation Communication Game Patty R. Schuchardt Ages 8 through 15 The activities in this game build effective pragmatic communication and social interaction skills as students ask questions, react to inappropriate statements, identify problems in social interactions, evaluate viewpoints, and use language to solve problems. The game includes a hardback game board, four sets of playing cards, a spinner, and playing instructions. The bookSituation Communicationis NOT required for use of the game. #499962-C20 Situation Communication Game $36.00 SITuation COMmunication Patty R. Schuchardt Ages 8 through 15 The activities in this book help children develop effective strategies for solving problems and for interacting with others in various social situations. Problem situations are presented in short stories that can be read by the student or by the teacher. Each story is followed by questions relating to the problem situation. The activity worksheets may be reproduced as often as necessary. Skills emphasized include expressing feelings and viewpoints, reacting to criticism, asking appropriate questions, knowing when to speak, identifying appropriate and inappropriate ways of interacting, using socially appropriate language, expressing criticism without being rude, and more! Situation Communication #48251-C20 Printed Book $37.00 #48251CD-C20 Complete Book on CD $37.00 #48251BCD-C20 Book and CD $52.00 Second Edition Photo FUNtastic Language Cards Here is a collection of 379 language picture cards developed specifically for use in language development programs. Household items, appliances, office items, tools, clothing, food, furniture, animals, transportation vehicles, and other essential vocabulary items are included. Distracting backgrounds have been removed to make these pictures suitable for students who have difficulty processing visual information. Children with autism, developmental disabilities, and AAC needs respond well to the pictures in this set. Picture size is approximately 3.5" x 5." Regular price: $139.00 #40017-C20 Photo FUNtastic Language Cards $89.00 Published by ACA and printed in the USA SPECIAL SAVE $50.00 Excellent for students with autism
AcademicÊCommunicationÊAssociates,Ê Inc.Ê 20 LANGUAGE AND AUDITORY PROCESSING Sentence Construction Developed by ACA Ages 8 through 17 This book includes high-interest activities and reproducible worksheets designed to help children develop skills in the following areas: • Subject-verb agreement • Irregular noun and verb forms • Verb tense • Irregular past tense verbs • Conjunctions • Adverbs • Contractions • Prefixes and suffixes • Knowledge of parts of speech ...and MORE! As students complete the worksheets, they fix grammatically incorrect sentences, complete sentences using appropriate grammatical forms, and add appropriate endings to words. Humorous short stories are included! Sentence Construction #49701-C20 Printed Book $38.00 #49701CD-C20 Complete Book on CD $38.00 #49791BCD-C20 Book and CD $53.00 Sentence Construction Game Ages 8 through 17 Help students increase knowledge of grammar and skill in formulating grammatical sentences using the activities in this exciting game. Students are challenged to identify and correct grammatical errors, to create sentences using specific grammatical forms, and to modify the structure of sentences. The book, Sentence Construction , isNOTrequired for use of the game. The complete kit includes a full-color, hard-back game board, four sets of playing cards, markers, and a spinner. #499914-C20 Sentence Construction Game $36.00 Fun Language Activities for the Parts of Speech (FLAPS) Jo Ann Gordon Ages 10 through 17 Make learning the parts of speech fun with the high-interest, language-building activities in this book. In addition to targeting the parts of speech, the activities challenge students to categorize words, use context cues, construct sentences, associate concepts, and examine the use of words within sentences. Reproducible worksheets help build skills that are critical for success in the academic curriculum. #48131-C20 Fun Language Activities for the Parts of Speech $34.00
LANGUAGE AND AUDITORY PROCESSING TOLL-FREE Telephone Orders: (888) 758-9558 www.acawebsite.com 21 Operating with Verbs Larry J. Mattes and Patty R. Schuchardt Ages 9 through 17 Verbs in English are often followed by prepositions that influence their meaning. The wordsrunandpass , for example, can have a variety of meanings: run pass run through pass over run out pass out run over pass through run by pass by The many meanings of verbs often cause difficulty for students with language disorders or limited proficiency in English. The lessons in this practical resource focus specifically on two-word phrases with verbs that are often confusing for students. The activities in this book challenge students to define words and to make comparisons as they talk about verbs. Reproducible pictures and worksheets are included. Operating with Verbs #40685-C20 Printed Book $37.00 #40685CD-C20 Complete Book on CD $37.00 #40685BCD-C20 Book and CD $52.00 Where’s the doctor? It’s time for a verb operation! Connecting with Conjunctions Exercises and Games for Sentence Expansion Larry J. Mattes and Patty R. Schuchardt Ages 9 through 17 The activities in this book help students use conjunctions in sentences. The lessons require the student to identify the appropriate and inappropriate use of conjunctions, to combine sentences, to add descriptive information, and to create stories in which conjunctions are used. Games challenge students to create sentences using conjunctions. Activities for coordinating conjunctions, correlative conjunctions, and subordinating conjunctions are included. Connecting with Conjunctions #40686-C20 Printed Book $37.00 #40686CD-C20 Complete Book on CD $37.00 #40686BCD-C20 Book and CD $52.00 Grammar-Thon Exercises and Games for Strengthening Language Skills Amy Strommer Ages 6 through 11 Strengthen your students’ knowledge of verbs, plurals, and pronouns with this fun language activity kit. The games and activities stimulate correct production of the present progressive, irregular verbs, irregular plurals, and other structures. The kit includes a colorful game board, five sets of game cards, playing pieces, and an activity manual with reproducible worksheets. #4310-C20 Grammar-Thon $43.00acadcom.com