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The Fixed-up-One RoutineCaroline Bowen Copyright © 2011 Caroline Bowen
Copyright © 2011 Caroline BowenFixed-Up Ones Copyright © 2011 Caroline Bowen
Copyright © 2011 Caroline BowenListen, if I accidentally said ‘tar’ when I meant ‘car’ it wouldn’t sound right would it? I’d have to fix it up and say ‘car’. Did you hear that? First I said ‘tar’, then I fixed it up and said ‘car’. Copyright © 2011 Caroline Bowen
Copyright © 2011 Caroline Bowenkey Listen. If I said ‘tea’ it wouldn’t sound right. I would have to fix it up and say ‘key’. Copyright © 2011 Caroline Bowen
Copyright © 2011 Caroline Bowencap If I said ‘tap’ instead of ‘cap’ I would have to do a fixed-up-one again. I would have to think to myself, ‘It’s not tap, it’s cap’. Did you hear that fixed-up-one? Copyright © 2011 Caroline Bowen
Copyright © 2011 Caroline Bowencow ‘Tow’ isn’t right, is it? I would have to do a fixed-up-one and say ‘cow’. Copyright © 2011 Caroline Bowen
Copyright © 2011 Caroline Bowencat What if I said ‘tat’ for this one? I would have to do a ... [‘fixed-up-one’] Copyright © 2011 Caroline Bowen
Copyright © 2011 Caroline Bowencup Would I have to do a fixed-up-one if I said ‘tup’ for this one? Copyright © 2011 Caroline Bowen
Copyright © 2011 Caroline BowenReferences Bowen, C. (1998). Developmental phonological disorders: A practical guide for families and teachers. Melbourne: The Australian Council for Educational Research Ltd. Bowen, C. & Cupples, L. (1998). A tested phonological therapy in practice. Child Language Teaching and Therapy. 14, 1, Copyright © 2011 Caroline Bowen
Copyright © 2011 Caroline BowenPoint to the one I say Copyright © 2011 Caroline Bowen
Copyright © 2011 Caroline Bowencap tap Copyright © 2011 Caroline Bowen
Copyright © 2011 Caroline Bowenkey tea Copyright © 2011 Caroline Bowen
Copyright © 2011 Caroline Bowencall tall Copyright © 2011 Caroline Bowen
Copyright © 2011 Caroline Bowentool cool Copyright © 2011 Caroline Bowen
Copyright © 2011 Caroline BowenThis time, you be the teacher and tell me if I say these words the right way or the wrong way Copyright © 2011 Caroline Bowen
Copyright © 2011 Caroline Bowencool Copyright © 2011 Caroline Bowen
Copyright © 2011 Caroline Bowen
Copyright © 2011 Caroline Bowenkey Copyright © 2011 Caroline Bowen
Copyright © 2011 Caroline Bowencall Copyright © 2011 Caroline Bowen
Copyright © 2011 Caroline Bowencap Copyright © 2011 Caroline Bowen
Can you say these with a perfect /k/?call cap key car cool Copyright © 2011 Caroline Bowen
Fixed-Up Ones Copyright © 2011 Caroline Bowen. light light Listen, if I accidentally said ‘wight’ when I meant ‘light’ it wouldn’t sound right would it?
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