Need some ideas for working on Inferencing? Hallie Sherman from Speech Time Fun shared her tips in this video!
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Carrie: Welcome to the species show. I am your host Carrie Clark from SpeechandLanguagekids.com and I am here today to talk about inferencing with Hallie Sherman from speech time fun, how are you Hallie?
Hallie: I'm good thank you so much for having me!
Carrie: Good. I guess I should have asked this beforehand is it, Hallie or Holly?
Hallie: It's Hallie.
Carrie: Alright good. Alright, so we are talking about inferencing today. So, if you have some students you are working on inference saying about we would love for you to stick around with us and watch this video we are going to share five tips about how to work on inferencing and we're going to do some giveaways here in just a minute for those who are watching on Facebook Live. So, stay tuned share with your friends on Facebook so we can make sure everybody gets a chance to see this. Alright so why we're getting started here and getting everybody on, Hallie why don't you go ahead and tell us a little bit about you, what you're doing what you're up to these days and speech time fun.
Hallie: Sure. Hi I am a speech language pathologist in New York, Long Island but you can't tell by my thick accent. I currently work with older elementary students into middle school. Depending on where you are. A lot of my students are students with learning disabilities and students that have a lot of difficulties with inferencing, especially now that the curriculum is typical for them. They are having a really hard time accessing it due to their language difficulties. And I've had to learn how to be creative in ways...to read more, visit our blog post: https://www.speechandlanguagekids.com/5-activities-teaching-inferencing/