Articulation & Phonological Disorders: A Book Of Exercises, 2nd Edition

  • Ken M. Bleile University of Northern Iowa
  • ISBN-10: 1565936884  |  ISBN-13: 9781565936881
  • 296 Pages
  • © 1997 | Published
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Following the immense success of the best-selling first edition, Child Phonology: A Book Of Exercises For Students, this new edition is more than double the size of its predecessor and provides the very latest up-to-date information in an eclectic workbook format. Articulation And Phonological Disorders: A Book Of Exercises provides essential and valuable information - encompassing everything that is needed practical applications of phonological principles.

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Features and Benefits

  • Greatly expanded, more than double the number of exercises with longer speech samples.
  • Emphasizes treatment principles and therapeutic activities.
  • Illustrates solutions for phonological problems through independent and relational analysis, phonological change and individual variations.
  • Individual chapters may be used as modules in clinical settings.
  • Appropriate for classes on articulation and phonological disorders or linguistics and psychology courses on child development.
  • Ideal for self-study.

Table of Contents

Basic Concepts And Terminology. Distinctive Features. Speech Sounds. Suprasegmentals. Modification Of Symbols. Common Characteristics And Individual Differences. Phonetic Inventories. Error Patterns. Consonants And Consonant Clusters. Dialect. Acquisition Strategies. Analysis Of Articulation And Phonological Disorders. Measures Of Severity And Intelligibility. Developmental Age Norms. Better Abilities. Related Analysis. Treatment Principles. Goals. Treatment Targets. Administrative Decisions. Assessing Treatment Progress. Facilitative Techniques. Bombardment. Increasing Awareness. Facilitating Syllables And Words. Indirect And Direct Techniques. References. Appendixes.

Meet the Author

Author Bio

Ken M. Bleile

Ken Bleile is a professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of Northern Iowa, and has served as a visiting scholar in universities in Turkey, Singapore, Russia, and New Zealand. During summers Dr. Bleile often leads study abroad groups to provide speech and language services to children in orphanages and schools in developing countries, most recently in Nicaragua. Dr. Bleile is a recipient of the State of Iowa's Regent's Scholar Award, is a Fellow of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, and a recipient of the Multicultural Board's Diversity Champion Award. He serves as an Associate Editor of the American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology and is the former Chair of ASHA's International Issues Board. Dr. Bleile publishes widely on speech development, international issues, and communication disorders in children with medical needs and developmental disabilities. Recent publications include The Neurological Foundations of Language, The International Directory of Communicative Disorders, and The Late Eight.