Preview: Diving In with TAGS: An Elementary School Lesson
Diving In with TAGS: An Elementary School Lesson
Audience: Teachers of the deaf, special education classroom teachers, itinerants, pediatric speech-language pathologists
Have you ever wondered how to weave syntax structures into new concepts and vocabulary in a content lesson? “Diving In with TAGS: An Elementary School Lesson” is a continuation of “Getting Your Feet Wet with TAGS” using the CID TAGS: Teacher Assessment of Grammatical Structures (1-2-3) system to target and develop receptive and expressive language skills in a child with hearing loss. From planning and preparing for lessons, to progress monitoring and goal setting, and reporting to parents and professionals, CID’s TAGS is an easy-to-use tool for all your syntax needs. In this course, a CID teacher shares the methods and strategies she uses to teach syntax structures from TAGS and new concepts and vocabulary during a science lesson.
Participants will be able to:
- Prepare expressive language lessons
- Chart and measure student progress on the TAGS forms
- Use the TAGS forms to report progress to parents and other professionals
Length: 31 Minutes
Continuing Education Credits
.5 LSLS CEUs, AG Bell Academy
Financial: At the time this course was produced, Ann Holmes, MS, CED, was the coordinator of the CID Emerson Center for Professional Development.
Non-financial: No relevant non-financial relationships exist.
CID – Central Institute for the Deaf has developed and published a language assessment and tracking tool trademarked TAGS (Teacher Assessment of Grammatical Structures). This presentation focuses on using TAGS and does not include information on similar or related products.
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