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Teaching Students with Language and Communication Disabilities, 3/E
S. Jay Kuder, Rowan College
The third edition of Teaching Students with Language and Communication Disabilities addresses the need for ALL students to have language and communication skills. Author Jay Kuder provides teachers and other education professionals with essential information about language development and disorders.
Divided into three sections, the text examines research with a focus on application to school-age students, and then analyzes the language difficulties associated with specific disability types. The third section focuses on contemporary assessment and instructional strategies.
Kuder emphasizes research-based instructional techniques and discusses several new methods, including technology-based approaches.
Check out what’s new to the Third Edition
Covers language & language disorders, students with learning disabilities, intervention models & procedures, etc.
|Pt. I||Understanding Language and Communication||1|
|1||Language and Language Disorders||3|
|2||The Elements of Language||13|
|3||Language Acquisition: Bases and Models||25|
|4||The Development of Language||50|
|Pt. II||Language and Communication Problems||69|
|5||Language and Students with Learning Disabilities||71|
|6||Language and Students with Mental Retardation||95|
|7||Language and Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders||121|
|8||Language and Students with Sensory Disabilities||151|
|9||Language and Students with Emotional and Behavioral Difficulties||185|
|Pt. III||Language and Communication in the Classroom||203|
|10||Assessing Language and Communication||205|
|11||Enhancing Language and Communication||231|
|12||Augmentative and Alternative Communication||272|
|13||Language and Culture||296|