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Help
For a list of help topics, see the list on the right hand side of this page. Find out how to use Commtap to create activities sheets. The Commtap (Communication Targets and Activities Project) website allows Speech and Language Therapists, Language and Communication Teachers and others to share ideas with those...
How to find activities sheets on this site
The site is divided into sections according to the age range or setting you are working in. You will know which section you are in by looking for the coloured bar towards the top of the page. You can change the section you are in by clicking one of the links right at the top of the page. Many of the lists of...
Add a new resource
You can upload many kinds of files to Commtap, including pictures, word processing documents, presentations and pdfs. Add new resource Click on "Add new resource" on the bar at the top of the page. Follow the instructions on the page.  Your new resource will go live on the site straight away.
Copyright
Text You are free to reproduce most of the text that appears on Commtap - either non-commercially or commercially. In general, all you will need to do is include a link back to Commtap (www.commtap.org), and include this same condition on the material that you pass on. If you are printing out pages from Commtap for...
Advanced Creating and Editing
See also: help on creating and editing events. In addition to adding resources to the site by uploading you can: create or edit the following on this site: Language and communication activities sheets; Phonology and articulation activities sheets; Additional resource pages. See "Create an Activities or Resource Page...
How to print or save pages
Printing All the activities sheets on Commtap are "printer friendly". You can just print these out using your browser's print button or menu. You can also click on the print icon () displayed towards the top right of the page. When you click on this, you will get a preview of what the page should look like when you...
How Commtap activities sheets are named
This information applies to "Language and Communication activities sheets" and "Phonology and Articulation activieis sheets". The name of the activities sheet will say what it is for - and will usually be a skill to work on, for example "recall key information from a story". At the beginning of the title, you will...
Comparison of scales used on Commtap
Three developmental scales are currently used on Commtap - age ranges in the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum, National Curriculum levels and the P-Scales which lead up to this, and the TAP scale. This page is a guide to how these levels roughly equate in terms of typical developmental level. Note that age...
Leaflets and Guides
Commtap A4 Information Leaflet (for schools or home) Commtap information leaflet which you can print out (pdf format). A4 (2 pages).
Seeking advice
We highly recommend that you seek advice from a speech and language therapist, specialist language and communication teacher or other appropriate specialist before using the activities on this site. Activities sheets give details of activities you can use to work towards various communication targets. How they should...
Using Commtap in reports/short links
If you are writing a report - such as a speech and language therapy report - which you are going to print out and send to someone, or if you are going to put links to Commtap in an email, you may want to use shorter/easier to read links. Links to the different sections on Commtap You can use the following links which...
What a Commtap activities sheet looks like
This is what a Commtap activities sheet looks like. Skill/Level You can often change how the skill/level is displayed by changing the drop down in the categorisation box on the left. What the skill/level numbers and letters stand for is given below the description on the activities page. You can usually get a longer...
How the project is run
The Commtap site is run independently by a not for profit organisation (Commtap CIC). It has had support from Tower Hamlets NHS Primary Care Trust (now part of Barts Health) Speech and Language Therapy Service to Children and Tower Hamlets Education and has received financial support from the Canary Wharf Group and...
Commtap Workshops and Getting Involved
Getting Involved There are a number of ways you can get involved in the Commtap community and helping to develop the project. You could: Provide feedback about the project by contacting us; You can add a comment to any of the activities pages on the site - for example with tips that other people might find useful (...
News
See also the list of new and recently changed pages on Commtap Updated Search Page 29 June 2015 Updated search so that you can search by section (for example primary, secondary). For example: https://en.commtap.org/site-search/resources/2…. For communication targets/activities, the scale will appear next to the title...
Getting Email from Commtap
You may get email from Commtap when: you sign up for an account; you request that your password is reset; you have signed up for a newsletter; you have asked to be informed when certain pages or categories of pages are created or edited on the site. To stop email from commtap.org being marked as spam by your email...
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