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Introduction to Language Development Workbook

Sandra Levey
Details:
88 pages, Illustrated (B/W), Spiral Bound, 7 x 10"
ISBN13:
978-1-59756-539-4
Release Date:
03/30/2013
$49.95

Overview

The Introduction to Language Development Workbook is designed to accompany the Introduction to Language Development textbook. This useful resource extends and reinforces the major topic areas covered in the text, including morphology, phonology, semantics, syntax, pragmatics, literacy development, and multicultural and multilinguistic differences.

The workbook includes case studies that can be used for classroom discussion and/or written assignments. There are also multiple answer questions and sentence completion questions that can be used for students' independent study or as an assignment monitored by the instructor. Also included are projects that consist of the identification of anatomical features and features of the neurological system.


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Contents
Preface vii

CHAPTER 1. An Introduction to Language Acquisition
Case Study Question
Multiple Choice Questions
Sentence Completion

CHAPTER 2. An Introduction to Theories of Language Development
Case Study Question
Multiple Choice Questions
Sentence Completion

CHAPTER 3. Speech Production
Case Study Question
Multiple Choice Questions
Sentence Completion
Project

CHAPTER 4. The Brain and Speech and Language Development
Case Study Question
Multiple Choice Questions
Sentence Completion
Projects

CHAPTER 5. Infant and Toddler Language Development
Case Study Question
Multiple Choice Questions
Sentence Completion

CHAPTER 6. Preschool-Age Children’s Language Development
Case Study Question
Multiple Choice Questions
Sentence Completion

CHAPTER 7. Language Development in Middle and Late
Childhood and Adolescence
Case Study Question
Multiple Choice Questions
Sentence Completion

CHAPTER 8. The Development of Literacy Skills
Case Study Question
Multiple Choice Questions
Sentence Completion

CHAPTER 9. Factors Associated With Delivering Speech and
Language Services to Bilinguals
Case Study Question
Multiple Choice Questions
Sentence Completion

CHAPTER 10. The Effect of Hearing Loss on Language
Case Study Question
Multiple Choice Questions
Sentence Completion

ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS

About The Author

Sandra Levey

Sandra Levey is a faculty member at the City University of New York, Lehman College. She received her PhD in Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York and an MA in Linguistics from Stanford University, with a minor in African Studies. Dr. Levey has been designated by ASHA as a Board Recognized Specialist in Child Language. She has received research grants for study at Bayero University in Kano, Nigeria, and has served as a consultant in Bratislava, Slovakia, for a study of Slovakian children’s morpheme acquisition and as a guest lecturer for speech-language pathologists and linguists from Slovakia and the Czech Republic. In 1985, she was the Conference Coordinator of the Stanford Child Language Research Forum for the Stanford University Department of Linguistics. Dr. Levey’s research and publications have focused on bilingualism and cultural differences, and she has presented her research efforts at national and international conferences. She is the editor and chapter author of Language Development: Understanding Diversity in the Classroom, a textbook designed to help pre-teachers understand children’s language development and the language diversity found in classrooms.

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