speech and language teaching concepts for Let's Meet A Police Officer in speech therapy​ ​

Frequent Speech Sounds:

/p/ initial
/l/ medial and final
/s/ medial and final
/f/ medial
/er/ final
/tr/ medial

Themes:

community helpers
helping others
safety

Book Details:

Diverse Characters: Yes
Age Recommendation: Elementary

Let’s Meet A Police Officer

By Gina Bellisario

Do you want to learn more about police cars? Police dogs? Other tools the police use? Then it's your lucky day!

This informative community helpers book can be used in speech therapy to address a variety of verbs. It is also great for noticing illustrations and for targeting comparing and contrasting as well as for describing! Discover more of the speech and language teaching concepts for using Let's Meet A Police Officer in speech therapy below:

Key Teaching concepts

Narrative Structure:

descriptive sequence

Narrative Concepts:

vocabulary​
theme/message​
illustration study​
verbs (action)
verbs (present tense)
verbs (present progressive)
compare/contrast
text features​ 

Vocabulary:

police officer, school resource officer, department, patrol officer, uniform, police dogs

Grammar:

verbs (action)
verbs (present tense)
verbs (present progressive)
compare/contrast

Text Features:

facts
thought bubbles
bold text
enlarged text
dialogue

If you are interested in seeing other community helpers books to use in therapy, then check out the Narrative Teaching Points Book List for a printable copy.