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Semantic Links

5 out of 5 based on 1 review

£62.00 plus postage

by Sadie Bigland-Lewis & Jane Speake, first published in 1992.

For use with children and adults to aid categorisation skills, improve word finding and support vocabulary learning.

Now made available as digital downloads to print off on-demand, in addition to the CD. A manual is included with information, summaries and sample sheets for each section.

The resource consists of 240 graded worksheets and score sheets for use with children and adults who have semantic difficulties. There is a cross referenced core vocabulary of over 320 high frequency nouns and verbs and the tasks may be presented both verbally and non-verbally. Also included is a DIY section for teachers or therapists to devise their own examples. Verbs are represented by Rebus symbols and there is an additional section if these require to be taught. This unique resource is highly popular with both Teachers and Speech & Language Therapists.

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Customer Reviews


Diana @ Kew Speech and Language
14th October 2018

I have been using this resource for many years and love the introduction of the CD. It is useful for children with both receptive and expressive language difficulties.