Goal: Answer Mixed "wh-" and "yes/no" Questions

Sample Goal:

Client will answer a variety of “wh-” and “yes/no” questions that naturally occur during conversational speech (such as, “who went to the park with you”) with at least 80% accuracy.

Download the No-Prep Therapy Kit:

We have a start-to-finish therapy kit that will give you everything you need to practice this skill in therapy and send home homework.  Click the packet below to open it.  Then, print it out and place it in the child’s notebook or binder.

Therapy Phases:

  1. Answering Questions about Something Immediately Present: Client will answer a variety of “wh-” and “yes/no” questions regarding people, things, and events that are immediately present (such as answering questions about a picture) with at least 80% accuracy.
  2. Answering Hypothetical/General Questions: Client will answer a variety of hypothetical or general “wh-” and “yes/no” questions that require using previous experiences or prior knowledge (such as, “who puts out fires”) with at least 80% accuracy.
  3. Answering Conversational Questions: Client will answer a variety of “wh-” and “yes/no” questions that naturally occur during conversational speech (such as, “who went to the park with you”) with at least 80% accuracy.

What’s Next?

  • Once the client is able to answer a variety of yes/no and “wh-” questions, you can begin working on answering questions about past events and/or academic subjects.

Supplemental Materials

Here are some other resources that may help you when working on this skill:

Mixed Questions Pack
Massive pack of “yes/no” and “wh-” questions with picture stimulus.

Training Videos:

Need some extra help on treating this skill?  Check out these related training videos:

Resources, Tools, and Training for Speech-Language Professionals

*** The SLP Solution is for informational and educational purposes only and does not provide medical or psychological advice.  We provide general resources but cannot tell you exactly what should be done for a specific client.  Every client is different and your clinical judgement should be used when making decisions about specific individuals.

 

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