Does your learner struggle with describing people, situations or events?
These expressive language skills can be challenging for children with Autism/Aspergers and for adults with aphasia or other cognitive issues. Not being able to explain or describe can effect a learner's success in all facets of life.
The Describing Skills workbook provides step-by-step activities to quickly build the ability to describe objects, people and events in detail. Your learner will develop the confidence to explain 'what happened', 'what did you do at school?', 'what does your teacher look like?', etc.
Key details of this workbook are:
① Suitable for 1-1 or classroom use
This book can be used in a classroom or with a single learner.
② Gradually increments difficulty
Learners begin with simple description tasks, which gradually increment as the book progresses. By the end, learners will use 5-10 sentences to provide detailed descriptions.
③ No-prep. No extra materials required
Everything needed is included in the book. You can get started right now
④ Small chunks. Use any time
Our worksheets are designed for 'six-minute sessions.' Anytime you have a spare moment, your learner can accomplish the next incremental step in their learning journey.
The ability to verbalize and describe their world is key for all learners. Whether it is describing an item they are looking for, recounting an incident that occurred to them, this workbook will ensure your learner has the ability to express their needs, concerns and interests.
Support your struggling speakers with this fun, engaging workbook that will build your learner's ability and confidence in this important skill.