The national trend emphasized collaborative intervention within genera l education classrooms, where the impaired student can engage in exten sive and meaningful verbal interactions with peers and teachers on a m ore regular basis. The need to integrate teachers, speech-language pat hologists, and other school specialists in using the classroom context has given rise to the need for a written resource to use in combining the collaborative process with decision -making. This long-awaited bo ok, an outgrowth of inservice training programs on collaborative langu age intervention, fills that need.grade student with LLDs (similar to Courtney) was presented with graded expository passages from The Classroom Reading Inventory (Silvaroli, 1986), she had difficulty comprehending (frustration level) a third grade passage about turkeyanbsp;...
|Title||:||Language Intervention in the Classroom|
|Author||:||Donna DiSegna Merritt|
|Publisher||:||Singular - 1998|