Have you noticed that your student says /h/ for many different sounds? Maybe a question like “Do I go to school tomorrow?” sounds like, “Hoo I ho ho hool homorrow?”.
Perhaps you have heard about the Multiple Oppositions approach, but felt overwhelmed about where to find appropriate resources?
A phoneme collapse to or sound preference for /h/ is common in children with moderate to severe phonological speech disorders. We want to help you efficiently make system-wide changes for these children, so we developed this product with up to 8 set options for /h/ contrasted with 40 sounds, including consonant singletons and clusters. That is a LOT of options for treatment.
DOWNLOAD these multiple opposition cards if you need:
❶ — Learn about the multiple oppositions approach and have access to high-quality therapy support and tools.
❷ — Provide children on your caseload with another option to treat their phonological speech errors.
❸ — Understand how to personalize the multiple oppositions approach for each child’s sound system.
❹ — Access materials for multiple oppositions approach for a /h/ substitution, including planning steps, 40 contrast sounds in 8 different sets for treatment, and links to treatment paradigms so you know what to do in your sessions
What makes this resource unlike any other multiple oppositions resource that you have seen, is that you only print the pages that you need for your individual child. No need to think of rhyming contrasts for multiple sounds off the top of your head, we have done all the work for you!
DIGITAL FILE CONTENTS:
✅ — Color and Black & White Cards – over 80 pages of cards for 40 available contrasts, eight possible treatment sets to choose from
✅ — Evidence-based Rationales – discussion of who the approach is suitable for and intervention intensity, including links to references
✅ — Target Selection – tools to help you analyze the /h/ substitution you are seeing and how to select targets for therapy
✅ — Creating a Treatment Set – how many target sounds to contrast and information on treatment sets, including nonwords and why we might use them in this approach
✅ — Free Materials – links to phoneme collapse worksheets, a treatment paradigm that lays out the steps for therapy, and data collection sheets
✅ — Understanding the Cues – information about the kinds of nonwords that have been included and how to assign meaning to them so they work as part of the multiple oppositions contrastive approach
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Rebecca Reinking is an SLP who works privately with children who have speech sound disorders. She has a particular interest in phonological interventions and strives to connect and collaborate with speech scientists to bridge the gap between research and clinical practice.