Some of my students are working on asking follow-up questions during conversations. This is an important skill to reciprocal conversations. It is important that conversations are not one sided, but that our conversational partner feels we are taking their interests and responses into consideration. Below is an example of some follow-up question brainstorming completed with a student during speech.
It's hard to believe that summer is coming to an end and the 2016/2017 school year is upon us! I am excited to see everyone and hear all about summer vacation!
I had a wonderful summer, including a trip to California, catching up with friends, lots of time spent up in Wisconsin relaxing with family, and lots of cuddling with my nephews and niece :) I hope you all enjoyed your summer activities as much as I did!
I am looking forward to another great school year! Make sure to visit this speech and language blog often to be updated on our speech "Word of the Week" as well as other speech office happenings.