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Evaluating and Enhancing Children's Phonological Systems: Research and Theory to Practice

Evaluating and Enhancing Children's Phonological Systems: Research and Theory to Practice
October 3, 2022

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This course is for those who have purchased or wish to purchase the textbook, Evaluating and Enhancing Children's Phonological Systems: Research and Theory to Practice, available from Phonocomp ™ Publishing.

Part 1: Foundation Information - Phonetics and Phonological Acquisition Outline

  • Chapter 1 - Introduction and Overview
  • Chapter 2 - Review of Phonetics
  • Chapter 3 - Acquisition of Speech Sounds and Phonological Patterns

Part 2: Evaluation and Intervention Options

  • Chapter 4 - Overview of the Diagnostic Evaluation Process for Children with Highly Unintelligible Speech
  • Chapter 5: Overview of Intervention Approaches, Methods and Targets

Part 3: Enhancing Children's Phonological Systems - The Cycles Remediation Approach

  • Chapter 6: Enhancing Children's Phonological Systems - The Cycles Remediation Approach
  • Chapter 7: Client Example - Phonological Intervention
  • Chapter 8: Phonological Awareness - Implications for Children with Expressive Phonological Impairment

Part 4: Theoretical Considerations, Major Issues and Research Needs

  • Chapter 9: Phonological Theories
  • Chapter 10: Major Clinical Phonology Issues, Concerns & Research Needs

This course is for those who have purchased or wish to purchase the textbook, Evaluating and Enhancing Children's Phonological Systems: Research and Theory to Practice, available from Phonocomp ™ Publishing.

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