Language intervention in the classroom

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Singular Pub. Group, 1998 - Education - 468 pages
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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.

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Contents

Collaborative Partnerships and Decision Making
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Dynamic Assessment Language Processes and
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A Framework for Learning
143
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