Who has heard of QR codes? I'm sure you have heard how teachers and SLPs (and lots of other things) use QR codes. If you haven't check out how Jenna from Speech Room News used it for a secret agent activity, how Maureen from The Speech Bubble used it in to teach social inferences, or how Kristine from Live Love Speech used it to teach vocabulary skills.
I recently came across QR audio codes, which provides audio clips when scanned!! So cool, right?! To see how some other SLP bloggers used these codes, check out how Kari from Rock Chalk Speech Talk used it to teach basic concepts or how Mia from Putting Words in Your Mouth used it to teach auditory memory skills.
A skill that I target a lot in therapy is verbs, specifically regular and irregular past tense verbs. I wanted to create an activity that would allow my students to hear the correct form multiple times if necessary (while also not being the one to say it over and over). I decided audio QR codes would be the way to go. Introducing QR Stars - Verbs (click the picture below to be taken to the product):
The colored stars have a sentence with the verb missed. When you scan the code, you will hear the correct verb form.
The black and white stars have a sentence. When you scan the code, students will hear a sentence and will then have to decide if it is correct or incorrect.
Do you like this format? Would you like to see more of these?
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