Narrative Intervention Programme

Author: Victoria Joffe
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 135168843X
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This book improves the understanding and telling of stories in secondary school students and young adults. Specifically designed for older children and young adults, this practical language programme was created by a specialist speech & language therapist with input from secondary school teachers and students. It focuses on enhancing the understanding and expression of stories in students aged from 8 to 18 with language and communication difficulties, and aims to: create an awareness of how storytelling can be used to enhance learning in school and social interactions in school and home environments. It facilitates storytelling. It enhances the joy and enjoyment in telling stories. It identifies different types of narratives and provide examples for each type. It encourages effective listening and attention skills. It examines different means of making story production more interesting through vocal variety, body language and print. It encourages the use of the story planner in planning and structuring essays in the classroom and for homework. Dr Victoria Joffe is a specialist speech and language therapist and senior lecturer in developmental speech, language and communication impairments in the Department of Language and Communication Science at City University, London. Victoria runs various workshops for PCT's, LEA's and schools on child speech disorder, evidence based practice in speech and language therapy and collaborative practice in education and provides training for therapists and teaching staff on working with children and young adults with speech, language and communication needs in education. Victoria is currently involved in a large scale intervention project funded by the Nuffield Foundation on enhancing language and communication in secondary school children with language impairments on which this programme is based.

Culturally Sensitive Narrative Interventions For Immigrant Children And Adolescents

Author: Giselle B. Esquivel
Editor: University Press of America
ISBN: 0761850341
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"In this informative and charming book, the authors demonstrate the power of narrative to address tough personal and cultural issues that immigrant children and adolescents face today. They show how storytelling---from poetry to puppetry---can bring young people together within a culture while opening them up to the complex, multicultural world that is contemporary America. Written with erudition and passion, this book is a wonderful resource for teachers, counselors, school psychologists, and others who want to make a positive difference in the lives and the life stories of immigrant youth."---Dan P. McAdams, author of The Redemptive Self: Stories Americans Live By --

Language Intervention

Author: Marc E. Fey
Editor: Paul H Brookes Publishing Company
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"This theory-to-practice, transdisciplinary book series addresses the language difficulties associated with communication disorders and developmental disabilities. Grounded in state-of-the-art research, yet practical in orientation, the volumes in this series are invaluable resources for professionals and graduate students who work with learners with language delays or communication impairment." "Profound changes in legislation, technology, and philosophy have transformed language intervention for preschool and elementary-age children with language impairments. This comprehensive book examines the developments of the past decade, analyzes research, and evaluates the efficacy of recent innovations. Chapters provide practical intervention strategies for a variety of language problems and prepare interventionists to meet the demands of the classroom by addressing topics ranging from cultural awareness to the effectiveness of computers in intervention." "This resource also expands current norms, outlining innovative approaches, proposing challenging goals, and suggesting specific research. Speech-language pathologists and students in speech-language pathology, special educators and reading specialists, and researchers and clinicians in child development will turn to this volume for its appraisal of recent changes in language intervention and its recommendations for service delivery."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Clinical Decision Making In Developmental Language Disorders

Author: Alan G. Kamhi
Editor: Brookes Pub
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This essential text will prepare SLPs to make the best possible clinical decisions—and improve the communication and overall quality of life for children and adolescents with developmental language disorders. Addresses a broad age span and teaches b

Patterns Of Narrative Discourse

Author: Allyssa McCabe
Editor: Pearson College Division
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Multicultural backgrounds are taken into consideration when dealing with assessment, intervention and education."--BOOK JACKET.

Linguistics And Language Behavior Abstracts

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Statistical And Narrative Summary Of The Executive Budget

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A Community Based Therapeutic Intervention Program For Mentally Retarded Emotionally Disturbed Adolescents And Their Families

Author: John R. Black
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Narratives In Research And Interventions On Cyberbullying Among Young People

Author: Heidi Vandebosch
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3030049604
File Size: 19,85 MB
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This book describes innovative ways to do research about, and design interventions for, cyberbullying by children and adolescents. It does this by taking a narrative approach. How can narrative research methods complement the mostly quantitative methods (e.g. surveys, experiments, ....) in cyberbullying research ? And how can stories be used to inform young people about the issue and empower them? Throughout the book, special attention is paid to new information and communication technologies, and the opportunities ICTs provide for narrative research (e.g. as a source of naturally occurring stories on cyberbullying), and for narrative health interventions (e.g. via Influencers). The book thus integrates research and insights from the fields of cyberbullying, narrative methods, narrative health communication, and new information and communication technologies.

An Organizational Analysis Of A School Learning Climate Intervention Program

Author: Stephen Kyle Miller
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Narrative Annual Report For The Year Ended June 30

Author: Hawaii. Department of Health
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Dissertation Abstracts International

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Asha

Author: American Speech and Hearing Association
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Promoting Resiliency In Adolescent Offenders Through Case Stories And Narrative Construction

Author: Victoria Lee Brown
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Narrative Inquiry

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Department Of Energy Low Income Weatherization Program California State Plan Program Narrative

Author: California. Office of Economic Opportunity
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Early Intervention Programs For Young Handicapped Children In Australia 1979 80

Author: Fred & Eleanor Schonell Educational Research Centre
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Language Intervention In The Classroom

Author: Donna DiSegna Merritt
Editor: Singular
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The national trend emphasized collaborative intervention within general education classrooms, where the impaired student can engage in extensive and meaningful verbal interactions with peers and teachers on a more regular basis. The need to integrate teachers, speech-language pathologists, and other school specialists in using the classroom context has given rise to the need for a written resource to use in combining the collaborative process with decision -making. This long-awaited book, an outgrowth of inservice training programs on collaborative language intervention, fills that need.

Diagnosis And Evaluation In Speech Pathology

Author: William O. Haynes
Editor: Allyn & Bacon
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Engaging and comprehensive, this resource is ideal for both students in training and for practitioners and clinicians who are struggling to keep up with the rapidly changing field of Speech-Language Pathology."--BOOK JACKET.