September Year of Core Vocabulary & School Year of Core Vocabulary Words

August 30, 2021 by - 1 Comment

September Year of Core Vocabulary & School Year of Core Vocabulary Words
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In 2013, when schools and other clinical programs were expanding their emphasis on teaching core vocabulary words, Robin Parker and I developed a set of resources for families and professionals that included symbol cards, sample sentences to model, activity suggestions, and more. All of these were based on a small set of core words for each month (see that post here). We followed that with a second set of Year of Core Vocabulary Word resources for a new list of words (click here for that post).

Over the years, the resources were expanded and grew to include a wonderful series of calendars with daily activity suggestions developed by AAC SLP and co-founder of Talking AAC, Rachael Langley. There were many other contributors over the years who added to these efforts. In 2020, a new series was launched, School Year of Core Vocabulary Words, authored by guest contributors Michaela Sullivan, Alisa Lego, and Beth Lytle.

We’re reprising those posts for anyone interested in following along and utilizing the resources developed by quite a few people in the AAC community. You can access the resources for September words by clicking on the images below.

Set 1 & 2 Words

September Year of Core Vocabulary & School Year of Core Vocabulary Words

 

School Year of Core Vocabulary Words

School Year of Core Vocabulary September

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This post was written by Carole Zangari

1 Comment

  • Allison says:

    Thank you so much for reposting these! Will you be reposting ideas for each month? I have been an SLP for about 12 years, but have just started working with students using AAC. These are fabulous and so helpful for someone like me that needs some direction. Thank you!

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