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Intervention in Language Arts: A Practical Guide for Speech-Language Pathologists - Kathryn P. Dekemel
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This cutting edge resource explores the latest research in the area of language-learning-reading deficits and provides therapists with practical information that they can use in the classroom to treat students with speaking, listening, reading, and writing problems. It provides a very research-based look at reading and language disorders, beginning with the neurological and genetic basis for these disorders, covering the developmental process, and looking at assessment issues such as the narrative genre as a diagnostic tool, miscue analysis, scaffolding during oral reading, and design of thematic units for measuring outcomes. The appendices include extremely useful forms for diagnostic purposes in clinical settings, as well as planning and implementing intervention and documenting progress over time. A bound-in CD packaged with the book contains ready-to-use forms that are referred to in the practice chapters - including: a Miscue Tally Sheet; sample factual, interpretation, and interference questions; a Narrative Recording Form; a Story Map; and a Skills/Concepts to Target Sheet (i.e., a lesson plan). Written by a speech-language pathologist, this book is designed to help SLPs understand their evolving role in literacy development to better help the students they treat to achieve academic success. Kathryn P. Dekemel, Books, Health and Well Being, Intervention in Language Arts: A Practical Guide for Speech-Language Pathologists Books>Health and Well Being This cutting edge resource explores the latest research in the area of language-learning-reading deficits and provides therapists with practical information that they can use in the classroom to treat students with speaking, listening, reading, and writing problems. It provides a very research-based look at reading and language disorders, beginning with the neurological and genetic basis for these disorders, covering the developmental process, and looking at assessment issues such as the narrative genre as a diagnostic tool, miscue analysis, scaffolding during oral reading, and design of thematic units for measuring outcomes. The appendices include extremely useful forms for diagnostic purposes in clinical settings, as well as planning and implementing intervention and documenting progress over time. A bound-in CD packaged with the book contains ready-to-use forms that are referred to in the practice chapters including: a Miscue Tally Sheet; sample factual, interpretation, and interference questions; a Narrative Recording Form; a Story Map; and a Skills/Concepts to Target Sheet (i.e., a lesson plan). Written by a speech-language pathologist, this book is designed to help SLPs understand their evolving role in literacy development to better help the students they treat to achieve academic success.

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Intervention in Language Arts: A Practical Guide for Speech-Language Pathologists

This cutting edge resource explores the latest research in the area of language-learning-reading deficits and provides therapists with practical information that they can use in the classroom to treat students with speaking, listening, reading, and writing problems. It provides a very research-based look at reading and language disorders, beginning with the neurological and genetic basis for these disorders, covering the developmental process, and looking at assessment issues such as the narrative genre as a diagnostic tool, miscue analysis, scaffolding during oral reading, and design of thematic units for measuring outcomes. The appendices include extremely useful forms for diagnostic purposes in clinical settings, as well as planning and implementing intervention and documenting progress over time. A bound-in CD packaged with the book contains ready-to-use forms that are referred to in the practice chapters including: a Miscue Tally Sheet; sample factual, interpretation, and interference questions; a Narrative Recording Form; a Story Map; and a Skills/Concepts to Target Sheet (i.e., a lesson plan). Written by a speech-language pathologist, this book is designed to help SLPs understand their evolving role in literacy development to better help the students they treat to achieve academic success.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780750673204
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0750673206
Publisher: Butterworth Heinemann

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ISBN/EAN: 0750673206

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