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Why language sampling? -- History of language sampling -- Adolescent language development -- Language sampling guidelines -- Language sampling tasks -- Adolescents with autism spectrum disorders -- Intervention: conversational and narrative discourse -- Intervention: expository and persuasive discourse -- Bringing it all together: the school newspaper -- Types of words and phrases -- Types of clauses -- Types of sentences -- Units of measurement -- Analyzing language samples from adolescents.
Provides guidelines for analyzing spoken and written language production in adolescents. It is geared toward graduate students and speech-language pathologists who work with middle school and high school students (Grades 5-12). The book will help readers understand how to analyze the content and structure of the different adolescent language genres and how to utilize this information in establishing functional language goals and implementing intervention activities for adolescents with language disorders.
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