Two models of grammar facilitation in children with language impairments: Phase 2
- Comparison of conversational-recasting and imitative procedures for training grammatical... Camarata, Stephen M.; Nelson, Keith E. // Journal of Speech & Hearing Research;Dec94, Vol. 37 Issue 6, p1414
Compares the relative effectiveness of imitative intervention and conversational recast intervention applied to a range of grammatical morpheme and complex sentence targets in children with specific language impairments. Target selection; Training; Settings and transcriptions.
- Tell Me a Story! Cherry-Cruz, Teresa // ASHA Leader;12/26/2001, Vol. 6 Issue 23, p4
Deals with the role of storytelling in enhancing literacy among children with language-based learning disabilities. Importance of storytelling in the communication process; Effect of storytelling on students with semantic and pragmatic language weaknesses; List of storytelling techniques.
- Summer program for kids with language needs. // Hudson Valley Business Journal;5/19/2003, Vol. 14 Issue 10, p2
Focuses on the Language Links summer program to be offered by the Poughkeepsie, New York-based Saint Francis Hospital's Center for Communication Disorders in July and August 2003 to school-aged children with language-based learning problems. INSET: //.
- A Comprehensive Approach to Assessment and Treatment of Severe Development Speech and Language Disorders. Weber, J.L.; Kushnir, W.V.; Weber, S.E. // Journal of Learning Disabilities;Jan1982, Vol. 15 Issue 1
Discusses a comprehensive approach to assessment and treatment of severe developmental speech and language disorders based on clinical experience with children. Framework that distinguishes between therapy goals and therapy styles; Achievement of goals within the context of structured formal...
- Research to practice. Masterson, Julie J.; Perrey, Christine D. // Language, Speech & Hearing Services in Schools;Oct94, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p268
Presents a 16-session training program designed to improve analogical reasoning skills in school-age children with language disorders. Mediated instruction and bridging phases; Variety of settings in which the program may be implemented Benefits for children with language disorders.
- Use of phonological information in a word-finding treatment for children. McGregor, Karla K. // Journal of Speech & Hearing Research;Dec94, Vol. 37 Issue 6, p1381
Evaluates the effects of a treatment for word-finding deficits in children involving phonological information about target words. Basis for word-finding deficits; Treatment efficacy; Analysis of reduction of semantic and phonological substitution errors on trained words; Generalization to...
- Supporting student achievement skills. Dame, Mary Healey // Language, Speech & Hearing Services in Schools;Jan94, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p34
Focuses how speech-language pathologists can enhance their professional effectiveness with students, parents and other teachers by supporting a student achievement skills framework through collaborative-consultative services. Megaskills strategies; Model behavior of teachers, parents,...
- An Assessment Battery for Identifying Language Impairments in African American Children. Craig, Holly K.; Washington, Julie A. // Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Apr2000, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p366
This investigation compares the performances of 24 African American children, diagnosed as language impaired (LI) and receiving school-based language therapy, to 2 groups of typically developing peers (N = 48) on 5 traditional types of language assessment measures. Three of the measures were...
- The Number of Individual Treatment Units Necessary to Facilitate Functional Communication Improvements in the Speech and Language of Young Children. Jacoby, Gregory P.; Lee, Linda; Kummer, Ann W.; Levin, Linda; Creaghead, Nancy A. // American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology;Nov2002, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p370
The present study was conducted to determine the average number of treatment units needed to achieve improvements in functional communication. The subjects, ages 3 to 6 years, consisted of 234 children who received speech-language pathology services over a two-year period at Children's Hospital...