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Thinking About Language

296 pages, soft cover

Speech-language pathologists and special and general education teachers at the K-8 levels will find this book useful as a diagnostic tool, a guide for teaching receptive and expressive language skills, a desk reference, and a resource for word lists and templates for student use. Designed for professionals who work with elementary and middle school students in language development, Thinking About Language focuses on oral expression skills. It is an essential resource for any educator seeking user-friendly explanations of typical and atypical language development, guidance on how to incorporate language instruction, and practical strategies for the classroom.

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About the Author

Roberta Stacey

Roberta has been associated with Landmark School since its founding in 1971. She has served as tutor, classroom instructor, speech-language pathologist, and co-chair of the oral expression/literature department at Landmark Elementary-Middle School. Roberta has presented numerous workshops to fellow professionals and graduate students in speech-language programs.

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