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Understanding Children with Language Problems (Cambridge Approaches to Linguistics)

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Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Psycholinguistics,
  • Language disorders in children,
  • Children"s Studies,
  • Medical,
  • Language Arts / Linguistics / Literacy,
  • Speech disorders in children,
  • Language,
  • Psychiatry - Child & Adolescent,
  • Linguistics,
  • Language Arts & Disciplines / Linguistics,
  • Language disorders in children--Case studies,
  • Social Science : Children"s Studies,
  • Children,
  • Audiology & Speech Pathology,
  • Case studies

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages298
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7746929M
    ISBN 100521574749
    ISBN 109780521574747


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Understanding Children with Language Problems (Cambridge Approaches to Linguistics) by Shula Chiat Download PDF EPUB FB2

The uniqueness of this book lies in its focus on individual children, the extensive and intriguing examples that illustrate their problems, and the step-by-step search for the source of those problems. This book will be welcomed by students of linguistics, language development and language disorders; teachers of language-impaired children; and.

This book provides a clear overview of what children with language difficulties say and do, and introduces a logical approach to identifying children's language problems.

It will be welcomed by students and researchers of linguistics, language development and language disorders; teachers of language-impaired children; and speech and language Cited by:   Some children can hear and can speak, yet have trouble understanding or producing utterances.

In this accessible introduction to children's language difficulties, Shula Chiat explores the stumbling blocks which lie behind their struggle. The uniqueness of this book lies in its focus on individual children, the extensive and intriguing examples which illustrate their problems, and the step-by.

Get this from a library. Understanding children with language problems. [Shula Chiat] -- Some children can hear and can speak, yet have trouble understanding or producing utterances.

In this accessible introduction to the study of children's language difficulties, Shula Chiat explores. Understanding children with language problems. [Shula Chiat] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library.

Create 'This is a delightful and an important book. The mixture of real life examples and linguistically sophisticated analyses is just right. A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library Library of Congress cataloguing in publication data Chiat, Shula. Understanding children with language problems / Shula Chiat.

– (Cambridge approaches to linguistics) Includes bibliographical references. ISBN 0 6. – ISBN 0 9 (pbk.) 1. Understanding Children with Language Problems by Shula Chiat,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(1).

Research is cited throughout the book, but in language that is lucid and free of jargon. Barish cites many examples that deal with children's problems drawn from his clinical practice, adding to the richness of this book."-- Dr.

Dorothy G. Singer, Department of Psychology, Yale University/5(33). Preschool children (3 to 5 years old) with language disorders may have trouble understanding communication and talking. What are some signs or symptoms of preschool language disorders. Some children have problems with understanding, also called receptive language.

An understanding of the way in which children's language and literacy develop is essential when working in an early years setting. This concise and accessible text outlines all the key issues in the area and explains the nature of language, the theories and sequence of language development and the development of reading, writing, listening and speaking skills.

Children with speech and language problems may have trouble sharing their thoughts with words or gestures.

They may also have a hard time saying words clearly and understanding spoken or written language. Reading to your child and having her name objects in a book or read aloud to you can strengthen her speech and language skills.

The fully revised and updated must-have resource to help you become a supportive and assertive advocate for your child In print for more than twenty years, The Misunderstood Child has become the go-to reference guide for families of children with learning disorders.

This newly revised edition provides the latest research and new and updated content, including:Cited by: Buy Understanding Children with Language Problems (Cambridge Approaches to Linguistics) by Chiat, Shula (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Author: Shula Chiat. In this accessible introduction to children's language difficulties, Shula Chiat explores the stumbling blocks which lie behind their struggle. The uniqueness of this book lies in its focus on individual children, the extensive and intriguing examples which illustrate their problems, and the step-by-step search for the source of those : Shula Chiat.

One in five public school children — some 10 million — have reading problems, according to the National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD) in New York City. Learning disabilities can range from mild to severe and, although they affect each person differently, most fall into two broad areas.

Chiat, in this insightful and extremely accessible book, provides basic profiles of children with language disorders, along with case study examples, that both illustrate various forms of language disorder and demonstrate the use of tasks, commonly applied in psycholinguistic.

Neuro-imaging of children showed that, while reading, the brain function of those with reading comprehension problems is quite different and distinct from those with reading disabilities. Those with reading disabilities exhibited abnormalities in a specific region in the occipital-temporal cortex, a part of the brain that is associated with.

Children with SCD have difficulty with pragmatics —the unspoken, subtle rules of spoken language that allow people to connect. They don’t always understand the give-and-take of a conversation.

Some of them monopolize conversations or interrupt a lot. Others hesitate to talk at all. It’s not because these children are rude or their parents Author: The Understood Team. Book Review. Free Access. Understanding children with language problems. Shula Chiat, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge,pp, ISBN 0 6; ISBN 0 9.

Clare Gallaway. Early Language Consultant. Search for more papers by Author: Clare Gallaway. Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a developmental disability that can cause significant social, communication, and behavioral challenges. The term “spectrum” refers to the wide range of symptoms, skills, and levels of impairment that people with ASD can have.

ASD affects people in different ways and can range from mild to severe. Understanding Children. An understanding of children’s needs, cognitive abilities, psychosocial crises, and moral andsocial development can help us in selecting thekinds of books and reading-related activities that will be most satisfying to a child of a particular age.

During these ages,children begin to use language successfully to. language. We also introduce two other key aspects of understanding that will run through this book: equivalence and transformation. Learning and teaching mathematics with understanding This book is about understanding mathematics.

The example given above of GemmaFile Size: 2MB. The Parent’s Guide to Speech and Language Problems is a one-stop resource, offering not just the most up-to-date medical information, but also advice and encouragement from a mom who’s been there.

Author Debbie Feit has two children with speech problems and knows what it takes to survive and thrive day-to-day as a : Robert Myers, Phd. Children with dysgraphia usually have other problems such as difficulty with spelling and written expression, as well as dyslexia and, in some cases, oral language problems.

It is important that a thorough assessment of handwriting and related skill areas be carried out in order to plan specialized instruction in all deficient skills that may. Observing, describing and documenting children’s thinking and understanding 7. Language, communication and thought 8.

Knowing about the world: the development of children’s concepts 9. Young children’s visual thinking Young children’s thinking in music (Antonia Zachariou) Understanding Children's Book Categories from Picture Books to YA Kidlit is a vast market, including book categories ranging from books for infants, with cardboard pages designed to be chewed on, to gritty YA novels full of violence, sex and profanity.

Children with learning disabilities, or LD, have problems reading, spelling, and writing. They can have trouble in school. Speech-language pathologists, or SLPs, can help. A child with LD has problems with reading, spelling, and writing.

These are language problems. Early speech and language problems can lead to later reading and writing problems.

Children with receptive language disorder have difficulties with the comprehension of language, understanding words, sentence structures or concepts. Some children are good at compensating for a receptive language difficulty by being able to pick out key words in sentences and follow non-verbal clues such as the gesture or eye gaze of the speaker.

Children with a receptive language disorder have difficulty understanding language. They have trouble grasping the meaning of words they hear and see. This includes people talking to them and words they read in books or on signs. Receptive language disorders can cause problems with learning and need to be treated as early as possible.

Receptive language is a broad term that refers to the comprehension skills of what a preschool child hears, as well as what their understanding about early reading concepts.

Receptive Language development in the Toddler years is about building the foundation skills of comprehension. In the preschool years, these receptive language skills are expanding and beginning to be used to “learn.

For some children, language development does not occur in a typical fashion and a communication disorder may emerge. Such disorders are characterized by deficits in children's skills in speaking, listening, and/or communicating with others communication disorders include 2.

Expressive language disorder – involves incorrect use of words and tenses, problems forming sentences (which. It is especially appropriate for work with children with speech, language and communication needs and those on the autistic spectrum, who are likely to have particular difficulty understanding inference.

The book contains a collection of texts which are graded and lead the student gradually from simple tasks with picture support and. Editions for Understanding Social Problems: (Paperback published in ), (Paperback published in ), (Paperback pub Cited by: A receptive language disorder is a type of learning disorder affecting the ability to understand spoken, and sometimes written, language.

Individuals with a receptive language disorder may have difficulty understanding spoken language, responding appropriately, or both.

This leads to substantial difficulty communicating and often leads to Author: Ann Logsdon. When children must switch frequently between the story and the interactive elements such as games and hotspots, the design of the e-book interferes with story understanding and language learning.

21, Diagnosing Auditory Processing Disorders. Children with APD may exhibit a variety of listening and related complaints. For example, they may have difficulty understanding speech in noisy environments, following directions, and discriminating (or telling the difference.

This is a comprehensive mid-level paperback text that takes a theoretically balanced, student-centered approach to social problems. The text progresses from a micro- to macro-level of analysis, focusing first on such problems as illness and health care, drugs and alcohol, and family problems and then broadening to the larger issues of poverty and inequality, population/5.

Behaviour and frustration can be big problems if children are unable to use words and language. Receptive language can be helped by a Kid Sense speech pathologist. Receptive language (understanding): Comprehension of language. Use pictures/drawings/photos to make a book or sequence of events and make up a story about the pictures.

Understanding the lives of Aboriginal children and families | Chapter 21 P A R T 5 z higher rates of hospital admissions for mental health problems; z higher rates of incarceration; and z higher numbers of removal of children under child protection compared with the general population.4, 5 Added to this is the increased risk for: z developmental disability.

This book seeks to enable professionals who work in group settings with children ages birth to 5 years to develop a flexible and individualized approach to behavior management that is grounded in a full appreciation of a child's developmental stages and limited moral understanding.

Young children's behavior is frequently a source of frustration and stress for parents and early childhood Cited by: 3. Children with repaired phonological (speech) problems still have underlying problems that can come back up with literacy skills (more likely to have reading problems later).

Children with language delays are missing a grasp of how to use their language for a variety of different literacy tasks.