By Teresa Ukrainetz, Ph.D.
A breakthrough resource for speech-language pathology students and practitioners, Contextualized Language Intervention guides readers in providing intervention in the context of meaningful, literacy-based activities while still maintaining a therapeutic focus. Leaders in the field explain methods grounded in sound theory and backed by scientific research. Each chapter contains practical ideas you can use tomorrow to develop students’ skills in:
- Narrative and Expositive Structures
- Peer Interactions
- Culture of the Classroom
- Emergent Literacy
- Phonemic Awareness
- Readers Theatre and Children’s Literature
- Text Comprehension
Leading experts describe intervention methods that emphasize RISE: Repeated opportunities for Intensive interaction with systematic Scaffolding of Explicitly targeted skills. Readers learn to maintain a therapeutic focus while engaging children in meaningful, literacy-based activities.