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Fluency Strategies Bookmarks Print on cardstock and cut into strips for students working
|Stuttering Resources on the Web||Stuttering Websites|
|Fluency Guides for Self Monitoring Created by Carol Carpenter, BCIU #22|
|Breathing Exercises for fluency created by Danielle Hamberg. Posted 11/20/07||Breathing Exercises|
|Speech Easy Evaluation Form and Cover Letter From Kristine Hampton. Posted 4/3/08.|
|Red Box Talking Chart to promote appropriate speaking rate. Reposted 9/6/08.||Red Box Talking|
|Natural Speech -- Is it in you? Fluency Materials by Debbie Dungen. Posted 9/28/08.||Natural Speech Directions|
Natural Speech Journal
|Fluency Materials for awareness and self monitoring. Submitted by Jessica Curry. Posted 2/27/10.||Fluency Voices|
Fluency Voices Strip
I heard Fluency
I used normal soft speech.
Loosen the tightness.
My air stopped or flowed.
Stuttering Sounds Stuck
Fluency Monitoring Checklist Here is a fluency monitoring checklist I just created for some
of my students who need self awareness practice and/or to generalize fluency shaping
strategies at home. Parents are to pick a one hour time slot in which their child should tally their
disfluencies and strategies used for smoother speech. Parents should use one of the charts to
monitor their child as well. After the hour is up parent and child can compare their charts and
discuss the results. In addition, the student will bring the chart with them to speech on a
weekly basis for data collection purposes and review. Contributed by Nicole Steif.
|Fluency Monitoring Checklist|
|Fluency Pacing Board by Jenna Rayburn. Posted 6/23/10.||Fluency Pacing Board|
Stuttering Reminder Card for carrying over fluency skills. Contributed by Amanda
Dexter. Posted 12/15/11.
|Stuttering Reminder Card|