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One Book Many Ways: Address Diverse Goals with a Single Book

One Book Many Ways: Address Diverse Goals with a Single Book

Studies show that contextualized approaches, like literacy-based intervention help children reach desired progress in narrative comprehension as well as grammatical complexity faster. (Gillam, Gillam, Reece 2012) From language development to critical thinking skills, this webinar will explore the power of leveraging a carefully selected picture book to target a myriad of goals. Discover how one book can serve as a versatile tool, enabling educators and speech pathologists to address a spectrum of learning goals while also stimulating curiosity and increasing empathy. Participants will walk away equipped with a reusable plan to make the most impact with books!

Presenters

  • Shontaye Glover Jones

    MS CCC-SLP

    Shontaye Glover Jones is a children's book author and speech-language pathologist. In 2016, she founded her private practice Having Our Say, LLC to create a space where families and children would feel seen, valued, and be heard. Shontaye has presented to professionals nationwide on the importance of inclusive libraries and has become a trusted book influencer. Shontaye made her debut as an author in 2020. Written under the pen name "Taye Jones," her debut picture book, "Liam's First Cut" is a story that centers family and neurodiversity as Liam, an autistic Black boy, prepares for his first trip to the barbershop.

Learning Objectives

Discuss how one book can be used to address a variety of speech and language goals, as well narrative skills and critical thinking.
Describe how to use themes in literacy-based intervention from a culturally responsive lens.
List techniques to meet individualized learning needs for language enrichment, social communication skills, and literacy development.
Explain the impact of shared reading in creating a more inclusive and supportive learning environment.

Agenda

Agenda

10 minutesIntroduction
15 minutesReview of contextualized intervention approaches
20 minutesSelecting multiple goals within one book
10 minutesImplementation
5 minutesQ&A

Disclosures

Disclosures

Speakers - FinancialShontaye Glover Jones is the CE Administrator of Bright Ideas Media, which is the ASHA CEU provider for this course. She is the author of Liam's First Cut and The Season of Yes! and receives royalties from the sale of her books.
Speakers - NonfinancialShontaye Glover Jones has no non-financial relationships to disclose.
Course - ContentShontaye Glover Jones is the author of two children's books that will be mentioned during the presentation as well as other resources sold on her sites.
Course - Financial Support & In KindThis course is being sponsored by SLP Toolkit and SLP Now.

ASHA

ASHA

This course is offered for 0.1 ASHA CEUs, Intermediate Level, Professional Area

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