By Andrew Burnett
Based at the learn of the Bristol Language improvement Scales (BLADES), Chataway is a based programme of labor designed to aid little ones advance conversing abilities.
- Chataway relies round conversational abilities, permitting teenagers to arrange for social demanding situations in addition to educational work
- the programme is written in a transparent and simple method, with development effortless to monitor
- can be used with all little ones – people with standard variety talents and people with distinct needs
- group paintings focus
- extra education for workers no longer required.
For all lecturers and instructing assistants in settings from beginning degree and Key levels 1 & 2, to students with designated wishes at Key degree three and in distinctive colleges. The publication is additionally appropriate for folks, carers and all speech and language therapists and assistants operating to boost conversing skills.
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Give me the man with . . please’ 11. Which One Do You Mean? g. ‘Have you got a lady with . g. g. ‘Pairs’ (Falcon Games) has cards depicting men and women with hats and other clothing – all slightly different. See also the Appendix ‘Pairs’ (note that these pictures can be expanded by colouring the same pair differently to make two pairs). Game 1 Split the card pairs into two identical sets of single cards. One set is displayed face up, the other set arranged in a pile, face down. Team members take turns to pick a card from the face down pile and they then describe the card, asking the other team to supply it from the face up display.
G. Category Prompt Cards – see Appendix. This is a useful activity for younger students. The group leader can use the puppet initially, with group members taking turns to ask Berty what he likes. g. about colours, foods, games, sports, TV programmes, toys, etc. (also suitable questions to ask, or else model these clearly at the start). You can extend the game to include what Berty doesn’t like. See what the children can remember at the end of the game. Who remembered the most? Other players might also be allowed to ‘look after’ Berty and answer his questioners.
Yes yes yes 53 Silly Snacks yes yes yes yes? 54 No Can Do yes yes yes no? Assessment, planning and recording Activity Number 31 Chataway Group plan sheet ‘Chataway’ Group Plan Group Date Resources Warm up Activity 1 Activity 2 Other notes Warm up Activity 1 Activity 2 Review of session Planning for next session Chataway © Andrew Burnett and Jackie Wylie, Routledge, 2007 32 Leader 33 Call Express Wants Direct Request or Command Refuse or Disagree Agree Make Statement Express Feelings Express Attitudes Ask Wh Questions (not How?