Ask and you shall receive! I had some questions about the components of my bulletin board that I showed you last week – specifically about my behavior clip chart and my articulation rating scale. Well, here they are for you to download!
Here’s a couple snapshots of what the behavior clip chart looks like.
I assembled mine vertically and use clothes pins to attach students’ names. Everyone starts on “All Aboard” and moves up/down according to their behavior in Speech. It is pirate themed and tailored to Speech. Check out the behavior clip chart here!
I also made an articulation rating scale. I started using this with a “stubborn /r/” and have had great success with it! Students produce their sound and then rate it, on a scale of 1-5. Each number has a “description” next to it. You can take it a step further and ask “Why?” was it not “perfect” and what they can do to change it. I think it works best with /r/, since there can be so many variations of productions, but you could certainly use it with any other phonemes that your students are working on!
I also assembled this vertically and hung it behind me on my bulletin board so all of the students can see. Find the artic scale here!