- Updated EL and EL with communication disorders demographics and legislation
- An innovative assessment/intervention/monitoring (AIM) framework geared toward language proficiency development and academic content expansion of ELs with communication disorders
- Research-based and proficiency-level appropriate pedagogical interventions and recommendations for implementing effective assessments that support English learners with communication disorders in their language and content growth
- Updated information on commonly used assessments used by speech-language pathologists to identify/determine disability
- Authentic examples of case studies of ELs and ELs with communication disorders that encourage readers to apply the innovative assessment/intervention/monitoring (AIM) framework
- Publisher : Plural Pub Inc; 2nd edition (April 3, 2020)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 432 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1635501539
- ISBN-13 : 978-1635501537
- ISBN-13 : 9781635501537
- eText ISBN: 9781635501551
By Linda I. Rosa-lugo, Florin Mihai, Joyce Nutta
Language and Literacy Development: English Learners with Communication Disorders, From Theory to Application, Second Edition brings you the most useful, up-to-date information on best practices for English learners (ELs) with communication disorders from a variety of backgrounds how to conduct assessment, intervention, and progress monitoring. The first edition of this text gave a comprehensive overview of the theory and practice of serving ELs with communication disorders, and the second edition is expanded to show the nuts and bolts of how to meet ELs’ needs and how professionals can support their success at school.
Continuing the perspective of the first edition, this text emphasizes collaboration between speech-language pathology (SLP) and English for speakers of other languages (ESOL) professionals. To place theory, policies, and best practices in a realistic, relatable context, this text presents engaging, detailed teaching cases that address common issues that SLPs and ESOL specialists encounter. More importantly, it shows how to apply the knowledge and implement the mechanics and practicalities of assessment, intervention, and progress monitoring. The new resources section includes many useful tools and references, such as a case history form for bilingual students, WIDA Can-do Descriptors and Performance Definitions, actual assessment instruments, and a table of intervention types and purposes.
New to the Second Edition:
The primary audience for this text is the school-based speech-language pathologist. It is also intended for all professionals who are responsible for teaching language and literacy skills, such as the ESOL professional, general and special educators, bilingual teachers, reading coaches and school administrators. Language and Literacy Development, Second Edition can also be used as a textbook in academic programs.