Part I. Working With Children and Adolescents
Chapter 1. Why Language Sampling?
Chapter 2. History of Language Sampling
Chapter 3. General Procedures
Chapter 4. Conversational Discourse
Chapter 5. Narrative Discourse
Chapter 6. Expository Discourse
Chapter 7. Persuasive Discourse
Chapter 8. Autism Spectrum Disorders
Part II. Grammar Review and Exercises
Chapter 9. Words and Phrases
Chapter 10. Main and Subordinate Clauses
Chapter 11. Sentence Types
Chapter 12. Units of Measurement
Chapter 13. Analyzing Conversational Language Samples
Chapter 14. Analyzing Narrative, Expository, and Persuasive Language Samples
Appendix A. Answer Key for Chapter 9
Appendix B. Answer Key for Chapter 10
Appendix C. Answer Key for Chapter 11
Appendix D. Answer Key for Chapter 12
Appendix E. Answer Key for Chapter 13
Appendix F. Answer Key for Chapter 14
The third edition of Language Sampling With Children and Adolescents: Implications for Intervention provides guidelines for analyzing spoken and written language production in both children and adolescents. The text, which is geared for graduate students and practicing speech-language pathologists, has been expanded to include preschool children (ages 3–4 years) and school-age children (ages 5–11 years), in addition to adolescents (ages 12–18 years). Included within the book are numerous figures, tables, and practical exercises (with answer keys) to help readers understand how to analyze the content and structure of the different discourse genres—conversational, narrative, expository, and persuasive—and how to utilize this information in establishing functional language goals and implementing intervention activities for children and adolescents with language disorders.
The ability to express oneself with accuracy, clarity, and efficiency is essential for success in social, academic, and vocational settings. Language Sampling With Children and Adolescents: Implications for Intervention, Third Edition, is a must-have resource for those working with preschool children, school-age children, and adolescents.
Includes grammar review and exercises!
- Now also covers preschool and school-age children
- Each genre (conversation, narration, exposition, persuasion) now has its own chapter
- Grammar review and exercises (with answer keys) have been expanded
- Includes greater number of language samples to analyze (with answer keys)
- Includes more normative data for spoken and written language production
- Offers greater direction for intervention
- Includes more case studies
- All chapters have been updated to reflect recent research
Marilyn A. Nippold, PhD, CCC-SLP, is a professor of communication disorders and sciences at the University of Oregon where she has worked since 1982, teaching and conducting research in later language development, literacy, language disorders, and stuttering. Dr. Nippold is a Fellow of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) and was awarded ASHA Honors in 2015. She received the Editor’s Award for articles published in ASHA journals, and the Outstanding Publications Award from the Division for Communicative Disabilities and Deafness (DCCD) and the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC). She has published nine books and more than 130 journal articles and book chapters, and has served as editor-in-chief of Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools. Dr. Nippold received her bachelor’s degree in philosophy from the University of California, Los Angeles; master’s degree in communicative disorders from California State University Long Beach; and her doctorate in speech-language-hearing sciences from Purdue University. A licensed speech-language pathologist, she is a frequent presenter at state, national, and international conferences.