Designing and Implementing an Early Literacy Screening Protocol: Suggestions for the Speech-Language Pathologist.

  title={Designing and Implementing an Early Literacy Screening Protocol: Suggestions for the Speech-Language Pathologist.},
  author={Laura M. Justice and Marcia A Invernizzi and Joanne D Meier},
  journal={Language, speech, and hearing services in schools},
  volume={33 2},
The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (2001) recently asserted that speech-language pathologists can and should play an important role in promoting literacy for young children with communicative impairments. Early literacy screening provides a valuable tool for speech-language pathologists to use for the timely detection of difficulties in literacy achievement. In addition, results of early literacy screening can be used to guide intervention and instruction. This article provides a… CONTINUE READING
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