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for more information and program samples. LANGUAGE AND AUDITORY PROCESSING TOLL-FREE Telephone Orders: (888) 758-9558 53 The Special Education Teacher’s Intervention Resource Larry J. Mattes This book is an adapted version of the Speech-Language Pathologist’s Intervention Resource that includes many of the same lists for teaching vocabulary and verbal reasoning skills. The book also includes lists of basic sight words, topics for creative writing, strategies for using student portfolios, and other resources needed in literacy instruction. The lists make it easy to develop lessons that target common nouns and verbs, survival words, compound words, synonyms and antonyms, contractions, words with multiple meanings, proverbs, and MORE! This is an excellent resource for creating instructional activities that are directly relevant to skills emphasized within academic curriculum standards. The comprehensive lists in this book make it easy to create individualized learning activities for students with diverse learning needs. #49979-C23 The Special Education Teacher’s Intervention Resource $39.50 Handbook for the Speech-Language Pathology Assistant Dennis C. Tanner This book is designed for use in the education of paraprofessionals for roles as speech-language pathology assistants. The book includes information about phonology, language, voice, fluency, and hearing disorders. Information about bilingualism, behavior management, and other issues is included. This easy-to-read book provides paraprofessionals with an understanding of communication disorders and their treatment. #49933-C23 Handbook for the SLP Assistant $28.00 Relevant to communication disorders and reading disabilities! Developing Language for Literacy Larry J. Mattes Implement language development programs relevant to the goals of the classroom curriculum using the strategies described in this book. Areas of focus include (1) building language concepts that are critical for success in reading, (2) developing language strategies that facilitate literacy acquisition, (3) building phonemic awareness, (4) integrating oral language and literacy instruction, and (5) working with culturally diverse populations. The suggested strategies help students to apply what they know about language when attempting to decode and comprehend printed text. Speechlanguage pathologists and special education teachers will find this book to be a valuable resource in developing language programs that will facilitate the acquisition of basic literacy skills. #40085-C23 Developing Language for Literacy $35.00 A comprehensive collection of ready-to-use resources for your students