Target Group: Grades PreK-12
A breakthrough resource for speech-language pathology students and practitioners, Contextualized Language Intervention guides readers in providing intervention in the context of meaningful, literacy-based activities while still maintaining a therapeutic focus. Leaders in the field explain methods grounded in sound theory and backed by scientific research. Each chapter contains practical ideas you can use to develop students’ skills in:
- Narrative and Expositive Structures
- Peer Interactions
- Culture of the Classroom
- Emergent Literacy
- Phonemic Awareness
- Reader’s Theatre and Children’s Literature
- Text Comprehension
- and Self-Regulation.
Leading experts describe intervention methods that emphasize RISE: Repeated opportunities for Intensive interaction with systematic Scaffolding of Explicitly targeted skills. Readers learn to maintain a therapeutic focus while engaging children in meaningful, literacy-based activities.
IDEA and NCLB require research-based intervention that targets progress in the curriculum. Each chapter of Contextualized Language Intervention gives you exactly that. You get clear descriptions and examples of motivating, curriculum-based intervention that maintain a therapeutic focus.
639 pages • 7 x 10 • Softcover • ©2006
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