“Language Intervention with Young Children” March 28, 2000. Bonnie W. Johnson, PhD, CCC-SLP University of Illinois Postdoctoral Fellow Special Education and Speech and Hearing Science firstname.lastname@example.org. Speech & Language Disorders. Phonological Disorders Voice Disorders Fluency Disorders
Bonnie W. Johnson, PhD, CCC-SLP
University of Illinois
Special Education and Speech and Hearing Science
The man got on the boat. Him jump out the boat. Him rocking the boat. Him drop his thing. Him drop his other thing. Him tipping over. He fell off the boat.
Child: The rabbit is running.
Adult: The rabbit’s running. OR
Adult: She is running. OR
Adult: Is the rabbit running. OR
Adult: The rabbitis.
Child: That’s a orange.
Adult: That’sanorange. OR
Adult: That’s the orange.
“It seems doubtful that any single treatment approach can be ideal for all children for all structures of language that must be taught.” (Leonard, 1999)
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Leonard, L. (1999). Children with Specific Language Impairment.Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Proctor-Williams, K., Fey, M., Loeb, D.F., Krulik, T. (1998). The Relationship Between Parental Recasts and Morphosyntactic Use by Children with Specific Language Impairment and Children with Typical Language. Presentation at the Child Language Proseminar, Lawrence, K.S.