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The SLP's IEP Companion

Third Edition
Carolyn C. Wilson, MS, CCC-SLP | Janet R. Lanza, MS, CCC-SLP
  • Pages 252
  • Format 8.5" x 11"
  • Product Code 31168 ( MR #066726 )

Price $43.95

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This book for speech–language pathologists and special educators is an excellent resource for planning individualized intervention and writing Individualized Education Plan (IEP) goals for children and adolescents.
 
The SLP's IEP Companion, Third Edition contains eleven units or topics. Yearly goals in developmental order are supported by short-term goals and objectives. Improved practical examples of how to teach each objective are new in this edition.
 
Units cover a broad range of skills:
  • Pragmatics—nonverbal communication in nonverbal children; beginning communicative intentions: one-word stage; conversational acts in preschool children; conversational acts in school-age children and adolescents; nonverbal communication in verbal children and adolescents; social interaction skills; classroom communication skills; classroom social survival skills; narrative discourse
  • Vocabulary and Meaning—labels and categories; action and function concepts: verbs ; quality concepts: adjectives; position and time concepts: prepositions; answering questions; formulating definitions; comparing and contrasting meanings; antonyms; synonyms; multiple-meaning words; homonyms; word relationships; verbal analogies; figurative language; inferences, predictions, and outcomes
  • Syntax and Morphology—negatives; asking wh- questions; asking yes/no questions; pronouns; plural nouns; copular (linking) and auxiliary (helping) verbs; possessive nouns; comparatives and superlatives; past tense verbs; third person verbs; infinitives; future tense verbs; articles; conjunctions and transition words; modal auxiliaries; complex sentences; passive sentences
  • Critical Thinking for Language and Communication—gathering information; recalling information from short- and long-term memory; making sense of information gathered; applying and evaluating information in new situations; thinking about your own thinking
  • Organization and Study Skills—organizing and managing tasks, time, space, and materials; class attitude; and study skills
  • Listening—auditory discrimination; auditory figure ground; auditory memory; following spoken instructions; listening with empathy and understanding; listening to comprehend information; listening to evaluate a message
  • Literacy: Reading—reading readiness (3 months to kindergarten); phonological awareness (PreK – 1st); reading accuracy (grades 1-5); reading fluency (grades 1-12); reading comprehension of literature (grades 1-3); reading comprehension of literature (grades 4-8); reading comprehension of informational text (grades 4- 8)
  • Literacy: Writing—writing mechanics (grades K-7); writing with appropriate form and style (grades 3-60; writing to communicate (grades 1-8); writing process (grades 1-8)
  • Speech Production—traditional articulation approach and phonological process approach
  • Voice—modification of the speaking environment; knowledge of vocal structures and voice production; recognition and elimination of vocal abuse behaviors; voice quality improvement; transfer and maintenance
  • Fluency—modification of the communication environment; young children with less advanced stuttering; older students and individuals with more advanced stuttering; maintenance and transfer of improved fluency
 
More helps include:
  • steps to writing measurable objectives
  • suggestions for the treatment of autism, Asperger's Syndrome, dyslexia, and dysgraphia
  • visual organizers for reading and writing
 
New in this Edition:
  • Revised Reading and Writing units
  • 100 new objectives with examples
  • New short-term goals to support yearly goals
  • Correlation with Common Core State Standards (CCSS)

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