Speech Disorders Resource Guide for Preschool Children

ISBN-10: 0769300804
ISBN-13: 9780769300801
Edition: 2003
Authors: A. Lynn Williams
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Description: Speech Disorders Resource Guide for Preschool Children is a clinical resource tool designed for speech language pathologists and students who work with the preschool population. This comprehensive, yet easy-to-use, text provides detailed information  More...

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Book details

List price: $215.95
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Delmar Cengage Learning
Publication date: 9/30/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 256
Size: 8.25" wide x 10.50" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.496
Language: English

Speech Disorders Resource Guide for Preschool Children is a clinical resource tool designed for speech language pathologists and students who work with the preschool population. This comprehensive, yet easy-to-use, text provides detailed information about assessment, analysis and intervention methods pertaining to childhood speech disorders.

Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgments
Dedication
Core Knowledge
Setting the Stage
Characteristics of a Speech Disorder
Classification of Speech Disorders
Prevalence and Significance of Speech Disorders in Children
Legal Precdence
Terminology
Phonetic Transcription
Consonant and Vowel Classification: A Review
Diacritic Symbols
Phonetic Transcription
Normal Phonological Development
Prelinguistic Period (Birth-1 Year)
First Words (12 Months-18 Months)
Phonemic Period (18 Months-4 Years)
Stabilization Period (4-8 Years)
Developmental Norms
Assessing Pre-Linguistic and Early Linguistic Vocalizations
Late Talkers: Delay Versus Deviance
Assessment Procedures
Variables to Consider in Assessment of Child Speech Disorders
Speech Sampling
Speech Screening
Word Probes or Deep Testing
Components of a Speech Assessment Battery (Infant-Toddler)
Components of a Speech Assessment Battery (Preschool to School-Age)
Published Test Instruments (Sound Inventory Tests)
Published Test Instruments (Phonological Pattern Tests)
Published Test Instruments (Computerized Speech Tests)
Published Test Instruments (Tests of Non-English Phonology)
Non-standardized Speech Test Instruments
Stimulability
Intelligibility Ratings
Severity Rating Scales
Dialectal Variations
Characteristics of African-American English (AAE)
Characteristics of Appalachian English (AE) and Ozark English (OE)
Developmental Apraxia of Speech (DAS)
What Is CAS?
What Are the characteristics of CAS?
What Is the Controversy Surrounding CAS?
What Are the Implications of CAS Versus Phonological Impairment (PI)?
Analysis Procedures
Components in a Phonological Analysis
Relational Analysis
Independent Analysis
Phonological Process Analysis: A Relational Analysis
Place-Voice-Manner Analysis: A Relational Analysis
Independent + Relational Analyses
Systemic Phonological Analysis of Child Speech (SPACS)
Assessment of Productive Phonological Knowledge (PPK)
Non-Linear Phonology
Case Study: Comparison of Three Phonological Analyses
Intervention Principles, Methods, and Models
Goals of Phonological Intervention
Principles of Phonological Intervention
General Considerations in Phonological Intervention
Types of Clinically Induced Phonological Change
Treatment Considerations
Selection of Targets for Intervention
Phonetic Approach to Target Selection
Phonemic Approach to Target Selection
Functional (Systemic) Approach
Treatment Paradigm
Familiarization + Production of Contrasts
Contrasts + Interactive Play
Contrasts within Communicative Contexts
Conversational Recasts
Linguistic Principles of Intervention
Phonemic Model of Intervention: Minimal Pair Therapy
Phonemic Model of Phonological Intervention: Maximal Oppositions
Phonemic Model of Phonologic Intervention: Treatment of the Empty Set
Phonemic Model of Intervention: Multiple Oppositions
Comparison of the Contrastive Approaches
Phonemic Model of Intervention: Cycles Phonological Remediation Approach
Conversational Model of Phonological Intervention: Naturalistic Speech Intelligibility Training
Articulation (Phonetic) Models of Intervention
Phonetic Model of Intervention: Traditional Approach
Phonetic Model of Intervention: McDonald's Sensory-Motor Approach
Phonetic Model of Intervention: Paired Stimuli Approach
Intervention Activities: Phonetic Establishment
Sound Awareness Activities
Direct Instruction Activities
Other Facilitating Techniques
"Tools of the Trade"
Intervention Activities: Phonemic Integration
Programming for Generalization
Parent Involvement
Phonological Awareness and Speech Disorders
Phonological Awareness
Assessment of Phonological Awareness
Training Phonological Awareness Skills
Orthographic Processor Domain
Phonological Processor Domain
Intervention Outcomes and Treatment Efficacy
The "Three Es" of Treatment Efficacy
Efficiency
Effects
Effectiveness
Assessing Phonological Change
Phoneme Collapses
Prototype Model
Using Single-Subject Designs in Clinical Practice
Case Study
Phonetically Representative Words Arranged by Phoneme and Word Position
Commands Informal Assessment
Systemic Phonological Protocol
Comparison of Intelligibility Measures (Kent, Miolo, and Bloedel, 1994)
Non-Standardized Phonological Process Analysis Summary Sheet
Place-Voice-Manner Error Pattern Analysi
Systemic Phonological Analysis of Child Speech (SPACS)
Early Identification of Language-Based Reading Disabilities: A Checklist
Speech Sound Awareness
Word Retrieval
Verbal Memory
Speech Production/Perception
Comprehension
Expressive Language
Other Important Factors
Glossary
Internet Resources
References
Index

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