Popular in Language Learning Disabilities
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Date Created: 01/05/16
Treatment Plan for Individual Session 50 sentences containing the target form for imitation (regular past tense –ed) + 10 contrast forms for imitation (third person singular): 10 Decontextualized imitations of the target: 1. Who cooked dinner yesterday? 2. We walked the dogs. 3. You scared me! 4. Who washed the dishes? 5. My friends and I played soccer. 6. The baby cried for a long time. 7. They cleaned the kitchen. 8. Mom kissed me goodnight. 9. Dad worked all day long. 10. I dreamed about unicorns last night. 10 Contextualized Imitations of Contrast: 1. Barbie wakes up every morning with a smile on her face. 2. First, she gets out of bed. 3. Then she brushes her teeth. 4. She goes back to her room and changes her clothes. 5. She zips up her dress. 6. Then she brushes her hair. 7. She puts on makeup. 8. She looks pretty, doesn’t she? 9. She goes downstairs to eat some breakfast. 10. She likes to eat cereal for breakfast. 10 Contextualized Imitations of Target: 1. Who kicked the ball? 2. You kicked the ball, didn’t you? 3. Now, I kicked the ball! 4. We both kicked the ball. 5. We kicked the ball back and forth. 6. This time, I rolled the ball to you! 7. Wow, you rolled it back to me! 8. We both rolled the ball, didn’t we? 9. You rolled the ball again! 10. Good job! You rolled the ball so well. 10 Contextualized Imitations of Target, alternated with 10 contrasts: 1. Yesterday, Mom and I baked cookies. 2. Mom loves it when I help her. (contrast) 3. First, we mixed the dough. 4. The dough is yummy. My sister always eats it! (contrast) 5. Then we rolled the dough into balls. 6. My sister likes to pretend it is playdoh. (contrast) 7. Next, we placed the balls onto the tray. 8. Mom usually puts 12 balls on each tray. (contrast) 9. We turned on the oven. 10. The oven takes a long time to warm up. (contrast) 11. Next, we placed the cookie tray in the oven. 12. Mom always says to be careful because the oven is hot. (contrast) 13. Then we waited for them to cook. 14. Sister hates waiting. (contrast) 15. Then the timer beeped! All done! 16. Mom always puts on oven mits to take out the cookies. (contrast) 17. We waited for the cookies to cool down. 18. Dad likes to eat them while they are still gooey. (contrast). 19. We shared the cookies with the whole family. Yummy! 20. My family likes to eat cookies with milk. (contrast) 10 Decontextualized Imitations of Target: 1. In the morning, I changed my clothes. 2. I played soccer outside with my friends. 3. We played for a long time, didn’t we? 4. She painted a picture. 5. You asked a good question. 6. Grandma baked cookies. 7. They walked home. 8. I tied my own shoes. 9. I helped Mom bake a cake. 10. We jumped on the trampoline. Extra? Contextualized sentences: 11. Yesterday, Barbie dressed up for a date. 12. Barbie usually sleeps in. (contrast) 13. But yesterday she climbed out of bed early in the morning. 14. She brushed her teeth. 15. She brushes her teeth every morning. (contrast) 16. She changed her clothes. 17. Then she zipped up her dress. 18. She brushed her hair. 19. All done! She looked very pretty for her date. 20. She waited for a long time. 21. Ken always comes late. (contrast) 22. When the doorbell rang, she walked downstairs to open the door. Contrasts 23. Mom likes doing dishes, but I don’t. (contrast) 24. Dad always tucks me in at night. (contrast) 25. He works everyday. (contrast) 26. Grandma loves to paint. (contrast) 27. Mom always bakes a cake for my birthday. (contrast)
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