Posted by: Indonesian Children | April 25, 2009

BOOK RECOMMENDATION

 

  • “Help Me Talk Right”, How to Teach a Child to Say the “S” Sound in 15 Easy Lessons   updated
    by Mirla G. Raz Paperback Published by Gerstenweitz Pub May 1993; User friendly book The book includes all the necessary worksheets, a prelesson designed to orient the user with working with the child and using the book, and 15 easy-to-follow lessons presented in step-by-step fashion. Materials used to make the lessons fun can be found in any home.
    (Added: Thu Jul 12 2001)
  • Central Auditory Processing Disorders: New Perspectives   updated
    by Gail D., Chermak, PhD. and Frank Musiek PhD. Covers assessment and extensive information regarding management of processing disorders, basic neural science and neural processing of speech, etc.
    (Added: Fri Jun 15 2001)
  • Craniofacial Anomalies: A Beginner’s Guide for Speech-Language Pathologists   updated
    by Alice Kahn, PhD. Assists in recognizing craniofacial anomalies and in understanding implications of these anomalies, particularly as they impact the acquisition and development of communication skills. Reviews basic anatomical information pertinent to craniofacial growth and development as well as relevant genetic and embryological information needed to help draw conclusions based on a comparison of prenatal growth to postnatal appearance. Also discusses observation protocols, ethical issues, and documentation. The author is an Associate Professor of speech language pathology at Miami University in Ohio.
    (Added: Thu Jul 12 2001)
  • Developmental Motor Speech Disorders   updated
    by Michael Crary PhD. Discusses neurolinguistic and motolinguistic perspectives, motor, speech, and language performance, intervention, etc. Published by Singular Publishing 1993. Paperback – 283 pages. Student or professional level.
    (Added: Thu Jul 12 2001)
  • Help Me Talk Right: Teach a Child to Say the “R” Sound in 15 Easy Lessons   updated
    by Mirla G. Raz Paperback Published by Gerstenweitz Pub Publication date: July 1996; User friendly book that anyone can use to teach a child to producee and use the “r” sound (often mispronounced as “w”). The book includes all the necessary worksheets, a prelesson designed to orient the user with working with the child and using the book, and 15 easy-to-follow lessons presented in step-by-step fashion. Materials used to make the lessons even more enjoyable can be found in any home.
    (Added: Thu Jul 12 2001)

 

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