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Sounds in Motion

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Hillary O'Toole

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By: Hillary O'Toole & Sam Apgar Sounds In Motion What is Sounds In Motion? * Is an interventional program designed to develop listening skills in children,
* This in turn helps to improve articulation, and vocabulary skills, auditory memory, phonemic awareness and early literacy.
* It is used primarily with pre-kindergarten through first grade students, What is sound in motion
(cont.) * SIM is also applicable to older students who are having difficulty learning to read.
* It enables speech-language pathologists to work collaboratively with teachers in regular education and special education classrooms, in developing oral language
and early reading and writing skills.
* It also acts as an early diagnostic tool,
identifying children who may need further evaluation. How does SIM work? * It consists of 15 weekly sessions, each lasting
30-40 minutes.
* The lessons are taught collaboratively by the SLP (Speech Language Pathologist) and the classroom teacher.
* Every session includes: a review of the body movements for previously taught phonemes; an introduction of movements for 2 new phonemes and practice combining these movements with those previously learned to create syllables and words; * It also includes a specific listening activity (such as following directions, or auditory discrimination); and a language activity in the form of a Rebus story, or rhyme.
* Since great emphasis is spent on listening skills in SIM, two sessions are also devoted to teaching the children about noise abuse and how to protect their hearing.
* Children are tested prior to, during, and after the completion of the program to evaluate their communication and reading skills How does SIM work? Movements of SIM Short A- Begin with hands in front of your thighs, come over the head, and bring the arms out and around to the sides.

Short I- Hands out in front of you, palms facing towards each other. Make a quick movement like if you’re about to clap but stop. B- Quick movement and sound. Hands together and down like you are about to hit a golf ball.

M- Right hand stretches out across the body and extends outward as it comes back. P- Stretch both hands up above your head like you are punching the sky.
W- Hands by hips with palms facing upward. Push them up towards your ears like you are splashing water up at your face. Characteristic Movement (cont.) Characteristic Movement (cont.) Characteristic Movement C and K- Arms up in front of you with elbows sticking out to each side. Then force your elbows back pushing your chest forward.

G- Hands low by the hips and make a fist as you say the sound. Characteristic Movement Short O- Pull your hand quickly away as if you touched something hot.
F- Long sound. Put your hands out in front and make a waving (such as water wave) in front of you. Characteristic Movements V- Long sound. Make a V with your hands (vertically). Press hands together and pull into the chest.
H- Both hands by your ears and extend slowly. Long gentle movement. Characteristic Movement (cont.) T- Touch your fingertips together quickly.

D- Make one hand into a fist and slam it downwards like you are hitting a table. Characteristic Movement (Cont.) N- Bring one hand up toward your nose slowly, palm facing upward.
L- Hands out in front of you palms facing your face. Raise your head up and back like you were licking a lollipop. Characteristic Movement R- Have your hands holding invisible reigns then pull them back to stop the invisible horse.
Short U- Hands down at your sides a slowly raise them up. Characteristic Movement S and C- Press your hands together as you extend them straight forward. Separate your hands as the arms extend fully.
Z- Push hands together and extend them out in front of you while doing a zigzag motion. Characteristic Movements J- Hands by your sides. Lift them up over your shoulder with hands in a thumbs up position (like the hand jive).

Th (voiced)- 1 handed angry goose. Th (voiceless)- Hands shoulder height. Gently press both palms down patting
a happy goose. Sh- Rub your hand on your opposite arm in a circular motion like you are washing yourself. Long sound.
Ch- Reach with one hand up to pull an invisible train whistle. Quick motion. Characteristic Movements (Cont.) Characteristic Movement Long A- Hands against your chest. Push them out in front of you and to the sides. Like you are doing the breast stroke.
Long E- stretch one hand up and out like you want to get called on really badly. Stretch your whole body too. Characteristic Movement (cont.) Long I- Grab and invisible ice cream cone that is next to you and bring it to your mouth.
Long O- Bring your hands up from your sides over your head to make an “O” shape.
Long U- Have your hands by the sides of your face and extend them out in front of the mouth touching each other. Like you are shocked by something. NOW IT'S YOUR TURN short e: with hands level to check break open (flip) an invisible egg with both hands

y: being with on hand up by your ear and do a slight karate chop downwards Characteristic Movements
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