People & Verbs from "Here We Are"




Use these simple sentences as an answer key to the People & Verbs Resource.


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Ambiki - occupations and verbs (500 × 500 px)

People & Verbs From "Here We Are"

A bride pumps gas on the way to her wedding and a queen goes for a swim....

Virginia Ingram avatar Virginia Ingram

Activity List Content

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Activity lists are used by SLPs, OTs, and PTs to enhance their sessions - both in-person and teletherapy. An activity list can be used in a slide-show manner in a session, in a game, and as a printable artifact to use in an in-person session.

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  • Sentence list
  • English

What are activity lists?

An activity list consists of activity list items which can be phonemes, blends, words, minimal pairs, phrases, sentences, and/or paragraphs.

A list can contain all of the same type of items (i.e. word list) or it could be a mix of different types of items (i.e. some words and some minimal pairs).

Activity lists are not only for speech therapists. Ambiki has many activity lists for OTs and PTs as well.

As an example, an OT might use a "Zones of Regulation" activity list to work on Emotional Regulation with a patient.

A PT might use a "Coordination Activities" list with a patient to practice Strength or Bilateral Coordination exercises.

An alternate way to think of an activity list is that it is like a manual for how to use a PDF resource. Ambiki activity lists are connected to Ambiki PDF resources. The activity list is a way to look at a resource from another perspective - to cover the resource completely from preparation to the end of the session. Each activity list item provides a way that you can elicit a response from your client.

Focus areas

  1. ST -> Expressive Language -> Verbs
  2. ST -> Receptive Language -> Verbs

Evidence based practice citations

  1. Verb Use In Specific Language Impairment
    Author(s): Gina Conti-Ramsden and Melanie Jones