The Use of Code-Switching in Bilingual Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
A CLINICAL CASE STUDY EXPLORING THE IMPACT OF BILINGUAL SUPPORT IN SPEECH-LANGUAGE INTERVENTION FOR A CHILD WITH AUTISM
- Psychology, Linguistics
OF THESIS A CLINICAL CASE STUDY EXPLORING THE IMPACT OF BILINGUAL SUPPORT IN SPEECH-LANGUAGE INTERVENTION FOR A CHILD WITH AUTISM Managing language choice in speech-language intervention is…
Making the quiet population of internationally adopted children heard through well-informed teacher preparation
A challenge of today's teacher preparation programmes is to educate teachers about families formed through international adoption and of the challenges they face, in order to meet their educational…
Evaluation of language of intervention on expressive-receptive lexical skills for preschool bilingual children
Bilingual Dialogic Book-Reading Intervention for Preschool Children with Slow Expressive Vocabulary Development: A Feasibility Study
Using Narrative Language Intervention as a Tool to Increase Communicative Competence in Spanish-Speaking Children
- Psychology, Linguistics
Twelve Spanish-speaking school-aged children participated in an 8-week pre-test/post-test design investigation targeting improvement of their communicative competence through a narrative intervention…
Cognate identification methods: Impacts on the cognate advantage in adult and child Spanish-English bilinguals
- Psychology, LinguisticsThe international journal of bilingualism : cross-disciplinary, cross-linguistic studies of language behavior
Objective and subjective cognate identification methods were found to select notably different subsets of test items as cognates, which led to differences in cognate effects, as well as in cognates and non-cognate accuracy rates, for both child and adult bilinguals.
Considerations for the Provision of Services to Bilingual Children Who Use Augmentative and Alternative Communication
- LinguisticsAugmentative and alternative communication
This paper proposes the use of a sociocultural approach to AAC service delivery and argues for the support of both languages needed by the child to fully participate in his or her communicative environments.
Towards evidence-based practice in language intervention for bilingual children.
- PsychologyJournal of communication disorders
Intervention with linguistically diverse preschool children: a focus on developing home language(s).
- LinguisticsLanguage, speech, and hearing services in schools
SLPs should provide services to linguistically diverse preschool-age children with LI in a manner that effectively supports the development of the home language, according to a narrative review of the relevant literature.
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Findings from the Head Start Bilingual Curriculum Development and Evaluation Effort
Overall findings are presented for the national evaluation of the Head Start bilingual curriculum development project. The results of this evaluation were that bilingual children who received…
Codeswitching as an urban language‐contact phenomenon
Bilingualism and Second Language Learning
- LinguisticsAnnual Review of Applied Linguistics
Interest in the phenomena of bilingualism and second language learning among both researchers and policy-makers has continued to grow during the past five years. The continued salience of these…
Language impaired children's performance in an additive bilingual education program
- Linguistics, PsychologyApplied Psycholinguistics
ABSTRACT Cognitive, academic, first language, and second language abilities of language impaired children attending French immersion programs were assessed in kindergarten and in grade 1. After two…
Predictors of transfer out of early French immersion programs
- PsychologyApplied Psycholinguistics
ABSTRACT This study examined the factors that best predict which elementary schoolchildren will ultimately transfer out of a French immersion program. At the end of one school year, French immersion…
Patterns of Interaction in the Lexical Growth in Two Languages of Bilingual Infants and Toddlers
We investigated the extent to which bilingual children follow the same patterns and timetable of lexical development as monolinguals. For a group of 20 simultaneous bilingual (English-Spanish)…
Vocabulary learning in bilingual and monolingual clinical intervention
- Linguistics, Psychology
This study used a single-case alternating treatments design to compare the effectiveness of monolingual and bilingual clinical treatment approaches in teaching English vocabulary to a bilingual child…
Bilingual Education at Rock Point--Some Early Results.
- Education, Linguistics
A basic assumption of the bilingual program at Rock Point is that learning to read in the language one speaks will probably result in better reading skills, which will later result in better reading…