Level 300
LEVEL 300: Thoughts into Sentences
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Lesson 301:
Developing comprehension of simple sentences of 5-6 words

Lesson 302:
Identifying familiar objects based on 2-3 key characteristics

Lesson 303:
Imitating jingles and short rhymes with repetitive sentences

Lesson 304:
Imitating 4-5 word phrases and sentences

Lesson 305:
Discriminating sentences of at least 5-6 words based on 3 critical elements

Lesson 306:
Using sentences of at least 3-4 words to talk about an object

Lesson 307:
Understanding two-step directions in closed sets that are related

Lesson 308:
Identifying three items from a set

STOP! REVIEW and ASSESS

You should be doing all the above activities throughout your day and utilizing the techniques at every opportunity. Be careful that you don’t get stuck at using very simple one- and two-word sentences. If you are finding it difficult to use longer sentences all day long, start by using them in the sit down structured activities. Make sure that you are demanding longer (more than 2-3 words) utterances from your child.

Lesson 309:
Practicing strings of repeated syllables for each consonant using different vowels

Lesson 310:
Helping your child develop accuracy in what he says

Lesson 311 :
Understanding sentences related to cause and effect

Lesson 312:
Identifying objects based on three key characteristics

Lesson 313 :
Understanding sentences related to time

Lesson 314:
Following two-step directions in large sets in pretend play activities

Lesson 315:
More practice with repeated syllables using different consonants

Lesson 316:
Retelling a story

Lesson 317:
Assessing your child’s progress so far in structured activities

Lesson 318:
Assessing your child’s progress so far in understanding language around the house

Lesson 319:
Assessing your child’s progress in using speech

Lesson 320:
Assessing your child’s progress in understanding new vocabulary

Lesson 321:
Learning the language related to specific places in the community

Lesson 322:
Understanding and responding to the question “what do you think?”

Lesson 319:
Discriminating sentences of at least 4-5 words based on 3 critical elements

Lesson 320:
Understanding language related to future events

Lesson 321:
Listening to a story and identifying the main event and three critical elements

Lesson 322: Making up a story using familiar objects and at least two short phrases together

Lesson 323:
Understanding more questions -- "what happened?" and "what will happen next?"

Lesson 324:
Asking questions

Lesson 325:
Expanding vocabulary related to concepts of distance and time

Lesson 326:
Understanding language related to quantitative concepts

Lesson 327:
Understanding sentences that categorize and classify

Lesson 328:
Understanding sentences using a variety of negative forms

Lesson 329:
Using sabotage techniques to elicit longer sentences

Lesson 330:
What should we do? -- Understanding language for problem solving

Lesson 331:
Identifying the ‘wrong’ part of the sentence

Lesson 332:
Learning new words inside and outside the home

Lesson 333:
Practicing consonants in sentences of at least 4 words

Lesson 334:
Retelling at least 2-3 steps of an event

Lesson 335:
Assessing your child’s progress so far in structured activities

Lesson 336:
Assessing your child’s progress so far in understanding language around the house

Lesson 337:
Assessing your child’s progress in using speech

Lesson 338:
Assessing your child’s progress in understanding new vocabulary

Lesson 339:
Discriminating sentences with 3 and 4 critical elements

Lesson 340:
Identifying three events in a story

Lesson 341:
Sound games for speech practice and early literacy

Lesson 342:
Using sentences of 3-4 words in conversation taking at least two turns

Lesson 343:
Understanding the language related to feelings and their cause

Lesson 344:
Understanding factual sentences that give explanations

Lesson 345:
Imitating at least 4-5 words accurately from a 5-6 word sentence

Lesson 346:
Expressing several thoughts together using several short phrases or 2-3 word utterances

Lesson 347:
Learning to sing rhymes of at least 4-5 lines from memory

Lesson 348:
Following three step directions that are related in closed sets

Lesson 349:
Listening beyond the words -- helping your child understand language for thinking

Lesson 350: Understanding "which ones go together", "when do you ____ ?" and other questions to promote thinking


STOP! REVIEW and ASSESS

Use the same procedures as given in lessons 335-338. Then see if your child is ready to move on to the next level. If not, continue practicing the above lessons until you see him being consistent in his skills.




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