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HELP for Middle School

Written in the widely-acclaimed format of the HELP series, these lessons are known for their:

  • goal-driven activities
  • high quality, timeless content
  • gradual increase in complexity within and between activities
  • application to a wide range of developmental and acquired language disorders

Vocabulary, Grammar, Question Comprehension, and Following Directions—are skill areas those students with language disorders typically struggle with, especially in the classroom setting.  A fifth skill area, Using Basic Language Skills, gives students the opportunity to practice a variety of skills in a broader, more curriculum-oriented text. 

Vocabulary
Define and describe nouns; antonyms and synonym; adjectives and adverbs; multiple-meaning words; context clues; and curricular vocabulary

Grammar
Regular and irregular plurals; common, proper, and possessive nouns; pronouns; noun-verb agreement; regular and irregular past tense verbs; future tense verbs; adjectives and adverbs; prepositions; and conjunctions

Question Comprehension
Wh-, how, is/are, can/could, do/does, and if question forms; some/all and always/sometimes/never statements; personal opinion questions; and literal and rhetorical questions

Following Directions
Multistep and sequential directions, written directions, graphs and charts, and true/false statements

Using Basic Language Skills
Synonyms, formulating sentences, completing and expanding paragraphs, and answering and formulating questions from factual paragraphs

 

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