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How I Teach the EET to Describe

  1. Mary says:

    When I started using EET, I was so surprised at how hard categories were for my students…even my (then) 2nd graders.

  2. Thanks for your info on this. Any advice for middle school students?

  3. […] great post I read this past week is from Shannon at Speechy Musings. She posted about how she teaches EET. I love using the EET to help my students expand their […]

  4. Karen Poll says:

    I really like your worksheets! Where do you find beads like this?

  5. Nancy says:

    Where can i find a copy of your worksheet?

  6. Colette says:

    Lids and Lizards is such a fun game to play with EET. I have them tell me 2 things about the item under their lid each turn. Very motivating!

  7. Shannon says:

    Question, how would you write a describing goal for a student that you use the EET with? Or do you categories?

    • Shannon says:

      Great question! I’d likely write something like “Student will orally define words by naming 3 attributes (e.g., category, function,
      appearance) on 4 out of 5 trials.” Hope that helps!

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