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Language Therapy. A Programme to Teach English

  • ID: 2224195
  • Book
  • November 1990
  • Region: United Kingdom
  • 308 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Language Therapy offers a comprehensive approach to dealing with the problem of language delay using therapy based on the LARSP and the Laura Lee frameworks.
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Book One – Guidelines for Assessment and Therapy.

1. Assessment – the Baseline of Therapy.

2. Planning a Session.

3. The Importance of Reception.

4. Creating Relevance and Context: situtational; intentional linguistic; listener and conversational.

5. Motivation.

6. Techniques.

7. Equipment.

8. Home Visiting.

9. School Vist.


Book Two – LARSP – Techniques and Suggestions for each Stage.

1. Stage 1: Vocalisation and the First Lexicon.

2. LARSP – Stage I.

3. Stages II–IV – Developing Language Complexity.

4. Stage II – Clauses.

5. Stage III – Expansions.

6. Transition to Stage IV – Expansions.

7. Stage IV – Clauses.

8. Stage V – Clauses, Phrases, Word.

9. Stage VI – (+) New types of construction, (–) Errors made on all previous constructions.

Book Three – Therapy with Special Grammatical Categories: The Phrasal Component.


1. Determiners: The article: the , a(n).

2. Pronouns: Definition and description.

3. Verbs: Definition and description.

4. The Negative: Definition and description.

5. Questions: Definition and description.

6. Conjunctions: Definition and description.

7. Adverbs: Definition and description.

8. Adjectives: Definition and description.

9. Prepositions: Definition and description.

Activities to teach prepositions.

Metaphorical use of prepositions.



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Robyn Lewis
Clare Penn
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