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Early Sequences

Author : Ian Franklin
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These pocket sized sets of flashcards - comparable in size and quality to a pack of playing cards, are designed to support teaching and therapeutic input in the clinic, school and home. They can be used for an engaging introduction to sequencing. You can demonstrate simple three step sequentially related actions to help establish basic concepts and develop appropriate language.

Sequences

Author : Speechmark
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This title features 6 and 8 - step sequences photographed in a variety of indoor and outdoor locations provide excellent opportunities for language work including syntax, grammar, vocabulary and time concepts. Adult models and appropriate activities make this set ideal for working with adults and adolescents. Some unexpected twists within the sequences add amusement and provide opportunities for discussion. The set of four six-step sequences depict: the present; football match; meal in a restaurant; and, trying to work. There are also three more complex eight-step sequences portray: lost keys; walking accident; the purse.

Early Literacy Skills

Author : Katharine Bodle
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A valuable resource for professionals working with pre-school children, or with older children lacking basic literacy skills, this book provides practical photocopiable activities to develop the early skills required for success with literacy. Includes: rhyming activities; alphabet activities; phonological awareness; writing and handwriting; and reading. Each section is structured so that children can build up their knowledge and skills. Developed within the classroom, these ideas and activities can be used with a range of children in whole class, group and individual situations both at home and in pre-school settings. Designed to help children showing early signs of dyslexia or a specific learning difficulty, these activities will also benefit older children who lack a foundation of early literacy skills. It is invaluable for teachers, learning support assistants, nursery workers, parents and carers.

Developing Early Literacy Skills

Author : Katharine Bodle
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A valuable resource for professionals working with pre-school children, or with older children lacking basic literacy skills, this book provides practical photocopiable activities to develop the early skills required for success with literacy. Includes: rhyming activities; alphabet activities; phonological awareness; writing and handwriting; and reading. Each section is structured so that children can build up their knowledge and skills. Developed within the classroom, these ideas and activities can be used with a range of children in whole class, group and individual situations both at home and in pre-school settings. Designed to help children showing early signs of dyslexia or a specific learning difficulty, these activities will also benefit older children who lack a foundation of early literacy skills. This updated edition reflects changes in legislation, and includes refreshed word lists and new subject areas, such as visual perception, fine and gross motor skills. It is invaluable for teachers, learning support assistants, nursery workers, parents and carers.

Who s Afraid of AAC

Author : Alison Battye
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Who's Afraid of AAC? is a clear and concise guide to Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) in the UK and will be an essential resource for all Speech and Language Therapists, educators, parents and carers supporting children with non-verbal communication. This book sets out to demystify AAC by demonstrating that you already have the skills necessary to use AAC successfully. Key features include: an overview of the different types of AAC analysis of the best available approaches tools to give you the context you need to make specific recommendations and choices thorough sections on different settings including Home, Early Years, Primary, Secondary and Special Schools so that guidance is relevant to individual needs numerous practical examples, templates and activities to help you implement AAC in all settings summaries of recent research and hot topics including eye-gaze technology, using AAC in exams, and internet safety so that you have the most up-to-date guidance at your fingertips. Created by a Speech and Language Therapist who specialises in AAC training for therapists, educators, and individuals with communication needs, as well as parents and carers, this is the only book of its kind written for a UK audience.

Activities

Author : Vanessa Harrison
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This handbook contains 101 teaching and therapy ideas for using ColorCards photographic cards to develop language skills with either children or adults. They are organised into ten skill areas: attention, listening, understanding, auditory memory, sequencing, turn-taking, classification, expression and using language and life skills.

Creative Resources for the Early Childhood Classroom

Author : Judy Herr
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Now in it's second edition, this book assists the early childhood teacher in designing developmentally appropriate curriculums and is a "must-have" resource for any early childhood educator or caregiver.

Learning Disabilities

Author : Corinne Roth Smith
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This fourth edition examines the characteristics of individuals with learning disabilities and how their success is mediated by the demands and attitudes of their families and school environments. The book takes an ecological perspective on learning disabilities. A focus on multicultural diversity issues is included in special sections throughout. It is written in a readable style with many anecdotes and over 45 personal vignettes contributed by individuals with learning disabilities, their parents, teachers, and psychologists. Topics to this new edition include: the concept of learning disabilities; causes of learning disabilities; task and setting contributors; academic development; social-emotional development; assessment; and more. Educators of students with learning disabilities.

Planning and Administering Early Childhood Programs

Author : Celia Anita Decker
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Prepare to Board

Author : Nancy Beiman
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Packed with illustrations that illuminate and a text that entertains and informs, this book explains the methods and techniques of animation preproduction with a focus on story development and character design. Story is the most important part of an animated film-and this book delivers clear direction on how animators can create characters and stories that have originality and appeal. Learn how the animation storyboard differs from live action boards and how characters must be developed simultaneously with the story. Positive and negative examples of storyboard and character design are presente.

Early Childhood Education Rediscovered

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Intellectual Development

Author : Dave Riley
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To the untrained eye, many of the common activities in early childhood settings may not seem educational. In reality, research shows that these activities are actually learning tools that promote children's intellectual development. Why do we sort blocks and sing nursery rhymes with children, and what do they learn from these activities? Intellectual Development answers these questions and investigates the link between the best practices in early childhood education and the science of child development. This book will help teachers answer the question “Why do we do what we do?” Chapters cover language and literacy development, early number learning, and musical and artistic development. The book also contains information on early learning standards, practice tips, and recommended readings.

Early Cognitive Instruction for the Moderately and Severely Handicapped

Author : James E. McCormack
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Gross Motor Fun Grades PK 2

Author : Michael C. Abraham
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Engage the minds and bodies of students in grades PK–2 in learning fun with Gross Motor Fun! This 160-page book helps students improve academic skills, fitness, motor skills, and confidence with more than 200 games and activities. It also explores the connection between learning and movement. Written by a Certified Adaptive Physical Educator, the book includes a skills matrix, checklists, strategies, a glossary, and educational definitions. It supports NCTE, NCTM, NAEYC, and NASPE standards.

Behavioral Intervention for Young Children with Autism

Author : Catherine Maurice
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Chapters on choosing an effective treatment discuss how to evaluate claims about treatments for autism, and what the research says about early behavioral intervention and other treatments. Subsequent sections address what to teach, teaching programs, how to teach, and who should teach. Also addressed are the organization and funding of a behavioral program, working with a speech-language pathologist, and working with the schools. Answers to commonly asked questions are presented along with case histories. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

Liver Disease in Children

Author : Frederick J. Suchy
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The fourth edition of this authoritative text covers every aspect of liver disease affecting infants, children and adolescents. As in the previous editions, it offers an integrative approach to the science and clinical practice of pediatric hepatology and charts the substantial progress in understanding and treating these diseases. All of the chapters are written by international experts and address the unique pathophysiology, manifestations and management of these disorders. This edition of the landmark text features extended coverage of viral hepatitis, metabolic liver disease, fatty liver disease and liver transplantation, including a new chapter on post-transplant care and outcomes. All of the chapters have been updated to reflect changing epidemiology and recent advances in molecular medicine and genomics. With the continued evolution of pediatric hepatology as a discipline, this text remains an essential reference for all physicians involved in the care of children with liver disease.

Early Years

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Nelson Pediatrics Board Review E Book

Author : Terry Dean, Jr.
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Review and retain the information you need for success on the boards with Nelson Pediatrics Board Review: Certification and Recertification. This highly practical review tool follows the American Board of Pediatrics (ABP) general pediatrics content outline, with topics weighted to correlate with the exam. Must-know information is presented in a way that’s easy to study and remember, and is backed by the Nelson family of references that you know and trust for current, authoritative information in your field. Equips residents and physicians with an efficient, comprehensive system for study, designed specifically to help you perform at your best on the board exam. Presents information in a bulleted, high-yield format, with topics matching ABP content guidelines. Provides a real-world balance of necessary fundamental information and cutting-edge advances – all carefully written and reviewed by editors and contributors from the world renowned Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). Features over 600 board-style questions with full, discursive answers online. Includes reader-friendly features that promote testing success: tables that show differences between diagnoses, genetic disorders grouped by key features in phenotypic presentation rather than in alphabetical order, and more – all designed to help you recall key information when taking exams. Provides online links to the Nelson Textbook of Pediatrics that offer a complete presentation of the content, including evidence-based treatment and management.

The Cambridge Encyclopedia of the English Language

Author : David Crystal
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Introduction to Child Care and Early Childhood Education

Author : Joseph T. Lawton
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