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Research directed towards exploring the nature of clinical discourse has targeted grammar and pragmatics but has rarely investigated the patterns of prosody. The prosody of six speech-language pathologists (SLPs) was analysed in therapy and nontherapy contexts. The results suggest that SLPs use...
This article presents a teaching model, the Learning Print, for use with elementary school children in noncategorical special class settings. The six basic features of the model include: (1) individualized, self-initiated reading, (2) expressive writing, (3) incidental, nondirective counselling,...
'John' (a pseudonym), a six-year-old boy, has been diagnosed as multiple-handicapped. His limited language production prior to the study was not functional; he imitated sounds and words. Two techniques (imitation and focused stimulation) were introduced to help John learn to name a list of...
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