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Comparisons of Oral Narrative and Expository Stories for Children with Language Impairment and Typical Development
The National Assessment of Educational Progress has found deficits in reading ability among elementary school-age children. Oral language is foundational to reading ability, so assessing oral language abilities among ...
Learning Preferences of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder to Teach Theory of Mind
Purpose: Children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) present with persistent deficits in social communication and social interaction across multiple contexts. A specific social communication area of difficulty these ...
Spanish Narrative Language Growth in Young Spanish-English Bilingual Children
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to examine the Spanish narratives of 113 Spanish-English bilingual preschoolers over one academic year. The proportion of story grammar elements, episodic complexity, and high character ...
Language and Literacy Skills, Attitudes, and Motivation of At-Risk Adolescents
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to explore the language/literacy skills of at-risk adolescents. In addition, this study aimed to know more about at-risk adolescents’ perceptions, attitudes, and motivation about ...
Examining Narrative Elicitation Methods for Young Spanish-English Bilinguals
The National Literacy Panel on Language Minority Children has raised concerns regarding academic performance of English language learners (ELL). Research has demonstrated that ELL children did not meet specific academic ...
Oral and Written Narratives: A Comparison of Children With and Without Language Impairments
Purpose:The purpose of this study was to examine oral and written narratives of 30 children with and without language impairments.Method: Thirty third grade children with either a clinically identified language impairment ...
The Exploration of a Combination Therapy on Voice Feminization for Male-to-Female Transgender Individuals
Purpose: The purpose of this case series pilot study was twofold. First, results added to the dearth of research on vocal therapy interventions provided by speech-language pathologists to transgender clients. Second, ...
Dynamic Assessment of Oral Reading Fluency for Second Graders
Purpose: The primary objective of this study was to examine the feasibility of using dynamic assessment to distinguish struggling readers from non-struggling readers during an oral reading fluency task with monolingual ...