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Assessing Grammar: The Languages of LARSP (Communication Disorders Across Languages) ePub download

by Martin J. Ball,David Crystal,Paul Fletcher

  • Author: Martin J. Ball,David Crystal,Paul Fletcher
  • ISBN: 1847696384
  • ISBN13: 978-1847696380
  • ePub: 1537 kb | FB2: 1171 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Publisher: Multilingual Matters (March 8, 2012)
  • Pages: 336
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Assessing Grammar: The Languages of LARSP (Communication Disorders Across Languages) ePub download

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Paul Fletcher is Emeritus Professor of Speech and Hearing Sciences at University College Cork, Ireland.

This collection is a resource book for those working with language disordered clients in a range of languages. It collects together versions of the well-known Language Assessment Remediation Screening Procedure (LARSP) prepared for different languages. Starting with the original version for English, the book then presents versions in more than a dozen other languages. Some of these are likely to be encountered as home languages of clients by speech-language therapists and pathologists working in the UK, Ireland, the US and Australia and New Zealand. Others are included because they are major languages found where speech-language pathology services are provided, but where no grammatical profile already exists.