Degrees and Certifications:
Bachelor of Science in Recreational Therapy from Western Carolina University Masters of Science in Communicative Disorders from California State University Licensed with the North Carolina Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists (NCBOESLPA) Certificate of Clinical Competence for Speech-Language Pathologists by American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)
Mrs. Amy Peacock
Hi Speech Families,
I have added articulation and language activities/handouts to the bottom of this website.
I miss you and I hope you are all staying well! As we wrap up this school year soon, I want to thanks all of my speech families for all you are doing to keep your children learning through the different learning styles. Thanks for attending zoom sessions and doing your Classkick assignments and for coming to the car parade. I loved seeing you and your beautiful signs! Keep up your good work in speech!! Mrs. Peacock
Free internet access during this school closure time: https://www.ncbroadband.gov/covid19broadband/
Remember for Articulation (difficulty saying a sound) mastery follows these steps:
Your student should know which step they are on. If what you are working on is too difficult, go back a step.
1. isolation (ex. say the sound ex. r)
2. syllables (ex. ray, ree, rye, row, rue, air, ear, ire, or, oor)
3. words (beginning, middle, end ex. run, earring, wear)
4. phrases (I ran. Her earrings. Wear a hat) You can use any word list to make your own short 2-3 word phrases.
5. sentences (I went for a run today. She has beautiful earrings. I can't find my slipper.) You can use any word list to make your own 4 or more word sentences.
6. reading (notice your sound when you read aloud a story/paragraph) if it's a worksheet from teacher you can underline all of the r's on the page then read it.
7. structured conversation (when asked to: speak on a topic, tell a story, answer a question, describe something) search for some conversation starter questions see link below.
8. unstructured conversation (spontaneous general everyday conversation) It has become a habit to say the sound correctly they don't even think about it anymore!
Help for Articulation:
- Struggling with how to help your students produce speech sounds?
- See videos by speech therapist Carrie Clark on youtube: ex. "Carrie Clark teaching k sounds" (fill in whatever sound you need)
- Songs per speech sound search youtube: ex. "Patty Shulka th sound" (fill in whatever sound you need)
- http://www.home-speech-home.com click on word lists, there are sentences, paragraph readings
- https://www.speechandlanguagekids.com click on speech sound resources
- Word Vault is a free app for iPhone or iPad only-not Adroid :( Choose articulation then pick your sound, toggle at bottom (word through paragraph level)
- Articulation Calendar and word lists (from TPT): Just copy and paste the link into a new internet tab to openhttps://mail.google.com/mail/u/0?ui=2&ik=5134cc6da5&attid=0.1&permmsgid=msg-f:1661422859158592141&th=170e8f49addc9a8d&view=att&disp=inline&realattid=f_k7w06p5c0
- Monthly Calendar Articulation and Language: https://www.superduperinc.com/freestuff/calendars/SuperDuperSpeechCalendar.pdf
- Teacherspayteachers.com search for your sound ex. "s articulation" click free on the bottom left and worksheets/activities will come up
- Scroll through many articulation games at https://www.quia.com/shared/speech_therapy
- Conversational Level of Speech- tell student for the next 10 minutes you will listen to their speech as you talk about a topic, here are some conversation questions: https://www.home-speech-home.com/conversation-starters.html
- Speech Buddies are tools for /s, ch, sh, l, r/ that put tongue in exact position for correct speech: If interested, (this is not required) Speech Buddy tools are on sale frequently A parent found code that doesn't expire: SPEECHSAVINGS for 25% off. Try that code! Email me with questions and if interested I can forward future email https://www.speechbuddy.com I can also forward you lesson plans to go with speech buddies that they sent me.
Help For Language: (such as antonym/synonym, main idea, categories etc.)
- https://www.speechandlanguagekids.com click on browse by topic
- http://www.home-speech-home.com under the development tab click on language or use search and type in a key word
- Word Vault is a free app that has language activities
- 18 Language activities Speech Therapy at home: https://www.thespeechexpress.com/blog/activities-for-speech-and-language-practice-at-home?fbclid=IwAR1QCgueJX81XDiJVlQTBkX04LBKa9fVriu1jVaPJEgYBCTwxJ26ulD339Y
- Scroll to bottom (past word lists) for Language Calendar, Fluency (stuttering) Calendar, Pragmatic Calendar, Communication Calendar https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0?ui=2&ik=5134cc6da5&attid=0.1&permmsgid=msg-f:1661422859158592141&th=170e8f49addc9a8d&view=att&disp=inline&realattid=f_k7w06p5c0
- Monthly Calendar Articulation and Language https://www.superduperinc.com/freestuff/calendars/SuperDuperSpeechCalendar.pdf
- Teacherspayteachers.com search for your goal ex. multiple meanings, click free on the left and worksheets/activities will come up
- Scroll through many language skills, games, activities to choose from https://www.quia.com/shared/speech_therapy/
- Tips for speech at home/resources for parents: https://speechpathologymastersprograms.com/tips-for-speech-therapy-children-with-autism/