Ertmer and Ertmer (1998) observed children who are successful in modifying their sound production. They found that these children take an active stance in their learning by engaging in self-reflection across contexts and by sharing ideas about activities and approaches. As a result, these researchers suggested that SLPs and SLPAs should encourage children to self-evaluate and to take control of the learning process as often as possible. This folder guide was created so that children may discuss their motivation for change, identify strategies and list important words with their targets. The "bonus words" section provides a space for children to record additional words with target sounds (not their treatment words) that they also produced correctly. Children may include bonus words that they produce during treatment sessions or in other contexts. Such a process requires them to self-monitor across situations and to take ownership of their speech production.