Bilingual Speech-language Pathology: An Hispanic Focus
CONTENTSForeword by Orlando L. Taylor, Ph.D. The Bilingual Speech-Language Pathologist. Speech and Language Development, Disorders, Assessment, and Intervention. Spanish Phonological Development. Spanish Morphological and Syntactic Development. "Early Intervention? Que Quiere Decir Eso?" What Does That Mean? Narrative Development and Disorders in Spanish-Speaking Children. Language and Assessment/Instructional Programming for Linguistically Different Learners. Considerations in the Assessment and Treatment of Neurogenic Communication Disorders in Bilingual Adults. Assessment Issues and Considerations. Bilingualism, Myths, and Language Impairments. Interpreters. Intelligence Testing of Hispanic Students. Assessment of Speech and Language Impairments in Bilingual Children. Language Samples. Conclusions. Research Needs and Conclusions.
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Spanish Morphological and Syntactic Development
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