Handbook of Language and Literacy, Second Edition

Development and Disorders
The Guilford Press
  • 2. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 24. September 2013
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  • 715 Seiten
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978-1-4625-1201-0 (ISBN)
An acclaimed reference that fills a significant gap in the literature, this volume examines the linkages between spoken and written language development, both typical and atypical. Leading authorities address the impact of specific language-related processes on K-12 literacy learning, with attention to cognitive, neurobiological, sociocultural, and instructional issues. Approaches to achieving optimal learning outcomes with diverse students are reviewed. The volume presents research-based practices for assessing student needs and providing effective instruction in all aspects of literacy: word recognition, reading comprehension, writing, and spelling.

New to This Edition
*Chapters on digital literacy, disciplinary literacy, and integrative research designs.
*Chapters on bilingualism, response to intervention, and English language learners.
*Incorporates nearly a decade's worth of empirical and theoretical advances.
*Numerous prior edition chapters have been completely rewritten.
Second Edition
  • Englisch
Guilford Publications
  • 3,16 MB
978-1-4625-1201-0 (9781462512010)
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Edited by C. Addison Stone, PhD, Schl Ed (Emeritus), U MI; Elaine R. Silliman, PhD, CCC-SLP, Dpt Comm Sci & Disor, U S. FL; Barbara J. Ehren, EdD, CCC-SLP, DptCommun Sci & Disord, U Ctrl FL; & Geraldine P. Wallach, PhD, CCC-SLP Dpt Comm Disor, CA State U

I. Theoretical and Methodological Issues in the Study of Language and Literacy Disorders 1. Atypical Language and Literacy Development: Toward an Integrative Framework, C. Addison Stone and Julie E. Learned 2. Genetics of Language and Literacy Impairments, Jeffrey W. Gilger 3. Neurobiological Basis of Language and Reading: Typical and Impaired Processing, Maria Mody and Joanna A. Christodoulou 4. Cognitive Processes Underlying Typical and Atypical Second-Language and Literacy Development, Kathleen F. Peets 5. In the Service of Questions: From Mixed-Methods to Question-Based Integrative Designs in Social Research, Elizabeth Birr Moje II. The Political and Social Contexts of Language and Literacy Acquisition 6. Policy and Practice Issues for Students at Risk in Language and Literacy Learning: Back to the Future, Elaine R. Silliman and Louise C. Wilkinson 7. Reframing Literacy for a Screen-Based Age: A Case for Digital Mindsets, Claire Wyatt-Smith and Kay Kimber 8. Becoming Bilingual and Biliterate: Sociolinguistic and Sociopolitical Considerations, Ofelia García 9. The Case for Increasing Emphasis on Vocabulary Instruction in the Early Years, Susan B. Neuman and Tanya S. Wright 10. Social and Affective Factors in Children with Language Impairment: Implications for Literacy Learning, Bonnie Brinton and Martin Fujiki 11. Fostering Children's Emergent Literacy Development: The Role of Family Practices, Christina Yeager Pelatti, Laura M. Justice, Jill M. Pentimonti, and Mary Beth Schmitt 12. Language Variation and Literacy Learning: The Case of African American English, Julie A. Washington, Nicole Patton Terry, and Mark S. Seidenberg III. Language Processes Underlying Atypical Literacy Learning: Complementary Perspectives 13. Phonological Processing Deficits and Literacy Learning: Current Evidence and Future Directions, Gary A. Troia 14. Individual Differences in Word Learning and Reading Ability, Suzanne M. Adlof and Charles A. Perfetti 15. Morphemes Matter: How Morphological Knowledge Contributes to Reading and Writing, Joanne F. Carlisle and Amanda P. Goodwin 16. Syntactic Contributions to Literacy Learning, Cheryl M. Scott and Nicole M. Koonce 17. The Linguistic Challenges of Learning across Academic Disciplines, Zhihui Fang, Mary J. Schleppegrell, and Jason Moore 18. Perspective-Taking and Reading Comprehension of Narratives: Lessons Learned from The Bean, Mavis L. Donahue 19. A Language Perspective on Executive Functioning, Metacognition, and Self-Regulation in Reading, Carol E. Westby 20. Bilingual Children with Language Learning Disabilities: Convergence in Conceptual, Linguistic, and Cultural Circles of Knowledge, María Brea-Spahn IV. Addressing the Needs of Individuals with Language and Literacy Challenges Word Recognition 21. Developmental Variation in Reading Words, Linnea C. Ehri, Cláudia Cardoso-Martins, and Julia M. Carroll 22. Word Recognition Assessment Frameworks, Froma P. Roth 23. Teaching Students with Reading Disability to Read Words, Rollanda E. O'Connor and Sean J. Davidson Reading Comprehension 24. Difficulties with Reading Comprehension, Nell K. Duke, Kelly B. Cartwright, and Katherine R. Hilden 25. Assessment of Reading Comprehension, Janice M. Keenan 26. The Spoken-Written Comprehension Connection: Constructive Intervention Strategies, Geraldine P. Wallach, Stephen Charlton, and Julie Christie Bartholomew Writing Composition 27. Developmental Variations in the Production of Written Text: Challenges for Students Who Struggle with Writing, Julie E. Dockrell 28. Classroom-Based Writing Assessment, Nickola Wolf Nelson 29. Learning and Instruction in Writing, Gert Rijlaarsdam, Tanja Janssen, Martine Braaksma, Elke Van Steendam, Kris Van den Branden, Michel Couzijn, and Lieve Verheyden Spelling 30. Spelling Development and Disability in English, Derrick C. Bourassa, and Rebecca Treiman 31. Spelling Assessment Frameworks, Julie J. Masterson and Kenn Apel 32. Spelling: Instructional and Intervention Frameworks, Julie A. Wolter and Katie Squires Special Considerations 33. Adolescents Who Struggle and 21st-Century Literacy, Barbara J. Ehren, B. Keith Ben Hanania Lenz, and Donald D. Deshler 34. Response to Intervention for Teaching and Learning in Language and Literacy, Karen K. Wixson, Marjorie Y. Lipson, and Sheila W. Valencia 35. English Language Learners: Instructional Practices to Promote Literacy Development, Lucinda Soltero-González, Janette K. Klingner, and Edilberto Cano-Rodríquez

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