Making Choices to Support Language Development

Making choices can be a highly effective tool in language therapy and also improving a child’s ability to function in a classroom more effectively.

Key tips to remember:

  • Make them realistic and something you can follow through.
  • Choose when to make to use. Is this a time of high stress? Then you may want to limit choices.
  • Use visuals to help, including showing the child the items.
  • Start small.  You can then you can add more.  Too many can be overwhelming.

Here is a video on how I use choices and why they can be powerful. Just click on the photo to take you to the video.

Do you use choices? When do you use them?

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