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Bilingual Communication Assessment
and Intervention Book Set


Speech-language pathologists are faced with many challenges in their efforts to meet the special learning needs of students from bilingual/multicultural backgrounds. We are proud to publish a book series that is essential for professionals who provide services to these students.  

Multicultural Students with Special Language Needs

The new 3rd edition of Celeste Roseberry's book is being used throughout the country in school districts, clinics, and university training programs. This book includes detailed information about different languages and cultures and provides practical strategies for assessment and intervention. Issues related to response-to-intervention (RTI) are covered in the new edition. This comprehensive book is a must-have resource!

Bilingual Communication Assessment Resource

This book is filled with practical easy-to-use resources for assessing bilingual students. Some of the tools can be used with speakers of any language. Reproducible assessments designed specifically for use with Spanish-speaking students are included.

Bilingual Speech and Language Intervention Resource

This book is packed with information, word lists, guidelines, and other materials that you can use with students from Hispanic backgrounds. The book includes lists of words that differ in different Spanish dialects, common idioms, synonyms/antonyms, and more. The book features LOTS of reproducible materials.

These books can be ordered individually or you can order all three at the same time.


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