Teaching Students With Language and Communication Disabilities
Written with special education teachers in mind, this book offers a strong research base yet the material is very accessible. It provides a categorical approach, including the language of disabilities by category of disability. Covers topics of cultural diversity, the rapidly changing school population, classroom-based interventions, and augmentative and alternative communication. Numerous case studies illustrate the impact of language disorders on students and on classrooms.
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Great information and a super resource. However, this book can also be a real sleeper.
Understanding Language and Communication
Language and Language Disorders
1J2 Speech Language and Communication
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