almediah.fr
» » Foundations of Spoken Language for Hearing-Impaired Children

Download Foundations of Spoken Language for Hearing-Impaired Children eBook

by Daniel Ling

Download Foundations of Spoken Language for Hearing-Impaired Children eBook
ISBN:
0882001655
Author:
Daniel Ling
Category:
Allied Health Professions
Language:
English
Publisher:
Alex Graham Bell Assn for Deaf (December 1, 1988)
Pages:
447 pages
EPUB book:
1735 kb
FB2 book:
1202 kb
DJVU:
1562 kb
Other formats
lrf mbr txt lrf
Rating:
4.5
Votes:
316


Format: PaperbackVerified Purchase. Why be biased by your college instructors. Get it from the expert first hand. Heavy reading for parents but very informative.

Learned a lot from this book. It was like my green bible to teaching children that are speech and hearing-impaired.

Thirty Million Words: Building a Child's Brain. Learned a lot from this book. One person found this helpful.

Learned a lot from this book.

Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

AA children used the same types of conversational repair strategies that have been observed among young speakers of Standard English varieties. Use of conversational repairs should be included among the pragmatic behaviors expected for 3-year-old AA children. Requests and Responses in Children's Speech.

Auditory capacity of hearing-impaired children using hearing aids and cochlear implants: Issues of efficacy and assessment. Scandanavian Audiology Supplementum, 46, 17–25. Boothroyd, . & Eran, O. (1994). Washington, DC: Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf. Maccoby, E. & Jacklin, C. N. (1974).

The guidelines are suitable for the parents of children with hearing impairments, early .

Ling, Daniel; Ling, Anges . Bibliography: p. 310-311.

Ling, Daniel; Ling, Anges H. Publication date. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

P1 latency was correlated to hearing loss duration in hearing impaired children with inadequate aural rehabilitation. Auditory experience was correlated with P1 latency in hearing impaired children with adequate aural rehabilitation.

Daniel Ling, Audiology consultant, educator emeritus, former .

Daniel Ling, Audiology consultant, educator emeritus, former university dean Avocations: making violins, bridge, fishing. M C. Recipient various grants. Aural Habilitation: The Foundations of Verbal Learning in Hearing-Impaired Children by Daniel Ling (1978-06-03). XWUPQ/?tag prabook0b-20.

Book by Ling, Daniel
  • Benn
Don't know where to begin in understanding language development in the hearing and language development in the hearing impaired? Daniel Ling begins at the very beginning and takes the reader through how a child learns communication skills,the dimensions of speech production, speech reception, aspects of spoken language, informal learning and formal teaching, the crucial bases of the Ling System, and so forth. It helps if you have background knowledge in speech and language or the hearing impaired. Very useful and informative.
  • Gldasiy
This book is essential to all professional working with Deaf and Hard of Hearing children and their families!
  • Felolune
Exactly what I was looking for and a great edition to my literature for teaching Deaf and Hard of hearing students.
  • Vit
/Wonderful - timeless ideas for teaching Deaf and Hard of Hearing children to listen and speak for effective communications. Dr. Ling is very thorough..
  • Anaginn
Exactly what I needed.
  • Gadar
This book is for Deaf Education in the 1970s! While some of the information contained is this book true most of it is old and outdated!!!
  • Shaktiktilar
upon receiving this book it fell apart. The spine was NOT glued properly. I needed the book to study from and didn't have time to return it and risk it all again. Will NEVER buy from this seller again!
One of the original books on the recommended reading list for professionals studying what used to be called "Certified Auditory Verbal Therapist". Currently Recommended reading for Listening and Spoken Language Specialists (LSLS)

A MUST HAVE for professionals to know how to build spoken language in children with hearing challenges. Why be biased by your college instructors. Get it from the expert first hand. Heavy reading for parents but very informative. If you have a child with hearing loss and your child's teacher or therapist has not read this book - RUN to someone who has! Seriously!

From agbell the publisher: "This landmark text emphasizes the perception of speech through residual hearing, either through the use of modern hearing aids or cochlear implants. An important feature of the book is the presentation of the aspects of speech that appear in the octave bands centered on frequencies depicted in audiograms. This knowledge, in conjunction with The Six-Sound Test, allows teachers and clinicians to determine whether the frequency response characteristics of hearing aids are adjusted to provide optimal levels of hearing. The text also provides an in-depth discussion of teaching and learning that concludes with the view that children are better able to learn than adults are to teach. The text presents the crucial bases of The Ling System of Speech Development and ends with an appendix specifying the common requirements of parents that can lead to the best results in dealing with their children. Each chapter concludes with suggestions for further reading."