This book is your best Visual Aid for a conversation with a senior with language barriers about losing essential personal belongings.
You can help someone learn:
The names of the items most people use in their daily lives.
Describing the location of an item.
Asking for help to find things.
Created for Senior Program Coordinators, ESL facilitators and Caregivers.
It helps to reduce the resources required to ones that are essential and most helpful for anyone working with seniors with language barriers.
Not aligned with any curriculum. It aims to help seniors learn practical vocabulary and be able to engage in a simple daily conversation. Our focus is on daily life vocabulary and actions, not on learning grammar. The idea is to help seniors learn words and phrases to help them overcome the fear of socializing and communicating with others.
How to use this book:
This activity book contains nine objects and action words. You can cut the pages out of the book into cards and store them in a plastic storage that fits into a standard 3-ring binder. Before you cut the cards out of the page, you can copy the pages and keep them safe as a spare unit.
Included in this book:
Conversation starters (9 words and sentences)
Collectable size flash cards with images and words (approx. 2.5 x 2.2 inches)
Photo size flash cards with questions on the back of the cards (4 × 6 inches)
Full-page size worksheets with exercises (8.5 x 11 inches)
Lost Item box template with instruction on how to cut and make the box
Bonus: one-page physical exercise poster
Publisher : HAPY Publications Inc. (December 1, 2020)