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Charbroiled Speech!

In the spirit of all things easy, I've decided to do a blog on cooking in session! I love the idea and the excitement that cooking brings to a session! So, lug in that toaster oven and grab those oven mitts! It's Charbroiled Speechin' time, ya'll! (Ok, overboard, I know...)

This week I will be baking the very gourmet, very chic, English Muffin Pizza! I will be using the directions for inferencing and drawing conclusions, as well as for, well, following directions!

I've also prepared a whole packet with vocab, the history of cooking, a WH-question game, the recipe, and a fun little cartoon! (You can download the packet HERE.)

You can use this lesson for a number of goals all while masking the "speechy" part with cooking!

Try it! Tell me how it goes! :)

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  1. Hi Alexis,

    I just want to let you know that Let's Talk Speech-Language Pathology has nominated you for two blog awards! If you check out my most recent post you can learn more about how to receive these awards.

    Best wishes,
    Brea
    Let's Talk SLP
    www.letstalkslp.blogspot.com

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  2. You are really passionate in what you are doing. I could see it in the way you write. Keep it up!

    speech pathology programs

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    1. Thank you so much! It's definitely something worth being passionate about! :)

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