Rehabilitation Lesson Kit #22: Jobs
Ready to get to work? From police officers to doctors to teachers, this month’s “Jobs” themed rehabilitation lesson kit is packed with great professional resources for career-themed speech therapy sessions. Download your free rehabilitation lesson kit at the bottom of this post!
Wondering what this rehabilitation lesson kit is and who it’s made for? Our free lesson kits are a professional resource for listening & spoken language specialists, audiologists, speech & language pathologists, rehabilitation specialists, and any other professional that works with children with hearing loss.
Every month, we share a new aural rehabilitation lesson kit filled with complete lesson plans and printable therapy resources. These lesson kits are always available free of charge—we’re here to support your work and help children with hearing loss.
If you’re new to our themed lesson kits, you should start with Lesson Kit #1 “My House”. The first rehabilitation lesson kit is also available in German, French, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish! Lesson Kit #2 “My Kitchen” is also available in French, Portuguese, and Russian at the bottom of the English articles!
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Themed Lesson Kit Outline
This month, the lesson kit theme is “Jobs”. There’s a sing-a-long song book to help build listening skills, a mix & match puzzle game for building vocabulary, a role-playing game, and more!
This comprehensive speech therapy lesson kit is a pdf that’s designed to be printed and reused. Every lesson kit has three levels and includes lesson plans with four complete activities and therapist notes for each activity. There’s also step-by-step guidance and printable illustrations for each activity. Each lesson plan highlights useful therapy strategies to help achieve the listening and language goals.
- Step-by-step guides
- 4 “Jobs” themed activities
- High-quality illustrations
- Language-neutral illustrations
- Detailed therapy notes
- Lesson plans for each level
- Listening goals
- Spoken language goals
- Cognition and theory-of-the-mind goals
- Key therapy strategies
Each lesson kit has three levels of each activity to cover a wide range of listening, spoken language, and cognition abilities for children.
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These aural rehabilitation lesson kits are available free of charge—we’re here to support your work and the success of every recipient. They can be printed, emailed, shared with colleagues, and even given to parents as supplemental at-home aural rehabilitation resources between sessions.
Download Rehabilitation Lesson Kit #22: Jobs now!
We post a new lesson kit for download every month here on our Professionals Blog. There’s no deadline for downloading these aural rehabilitation resources, so you can easily find and share previous lesson kits.
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