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  1. Books 7 items
    1. These are the most useful texts but there are other recent books in the library on the topic and they will all give you useful information.

    2. Children's speech: an evidence-based approach to assessment and intervention - Sharynne McLeod, Elise Baker 2017

      Book Recommended A valuable alternative to Bauman-Waengler or Rvachew & Brosseau-Lapre.

    3. Articulatory and phonological impairments: a clinical focus - Bauman-Wängler, Jacqueline Ann 2011

      Book  Can also use 3rd Edition, 2008. Several chapters referred to in individual session reading recommendations

    4. Developmental phonological disorders: foundations of clinical practice - Susan Rvachew, Françoise Brosseau-Lapré c2012

      Book  An enormous and very detailed text with theoretical depth and clinical application. Unfortunately it is hugely expensive and isn't available as an ebook. But there are 5 copies in the library, 2 of which are on High Demand.

    5. Interventions for speech sound disorders in children - Williams, A. Lynn, McLeod, Sharynne, McCauley, Rebecca Joan c2010

      Book  Useful resource for information on a wide range of interventions, each with data on evidence base, clinical examples etc. Specific chapters will be recommended reading for the intervention sessions.

    6. Children's speech sound disorders - Bowen, Caroline 2009

      Book  Useful for lots of different viewpoints. For dipping into. NB 2nd edition is now available as an ebook

    7. Compendium of auditory and speech tasks: children's speech and literacy difficulties - Joy Stackhouse c2007

      Book  Valuable compilation of assessment tasks with normative data. Several copies in high demand and several on normal loan, plus 1 e-book version

  2. Session 1 5 items
    1. Any general textbook on speech sound disorders should include a chapter with introductory information so you could use references other than Bauman-Waengler. Normative data helps you decide whether a child has a problem, and select targets for intervention.

    2. Chapter 1: Basic terms and concepts - Jacqueline Bauman-Wängler

      Chapter 

    3. Chapter 5: Normal phonological development - Jacqueline Bauman-Wängler

      Chapter  Development and some theory, probably in more detail than you have covered it in year 1

    4. McLeod & Baker, p136-137, including the second 'application' on p137

      Book Recommended Try this exercise as a revision of phonology - the answers are on the same page.

  3. Session 2 8 items
    1. Guidelines Relating to Clinical Management of Child Speech Disorder | North Bristol NHS Trust

      Webpage Essential Links to the Good Practice Guidelines for Transcription and for Analysis are on this web page

    2. Intelligibility in Context Scale - McLeod, Harrison & McCormack 2012

      Webpage Essential Correct full citation: McLeod, S., Harrison, L. J., & McCormack, J. (2012). Intelligibility in Context Scale. Bathurst, NSW, Australia: Charles Sturt University. Retrieved from http://www.csu.edu.au/research/multilingual-speech/ics

    3. Chapter 4; Theoretical considerations - Jacqueline Ann Bauman-Wängler

      Chapter Recommended Detailed background reading on different theoretical approaches to phonology

    4. Identification of phonological processes in preschool children's single-word productions - Wendy Cohen, Carolyn Anderson 07/2011

      Article Further Worth reading to get you into the habit of looking at primary research papers rather than just books. It's useful for its background discussion that will help you get a better overview of the topic as much as for its specific findings.

    5. Speech‐production skills in children aged 3–7 years - Maggie Vance, Joy Stackhouse, Bills Wells 2005

      Article Further Full reference is: Vance, M., Stackhouse, J., & Wells, B. (2005). Speech-production skills in children aged 3-7 years. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, 40(1), 29-48.

    6. Rate, accuracy and consistency: diadochokinetic performance of young, normally developing children - Pam Williams, Joy Stackhouse 2000

      Article Further Full reference is: Williams, P., & Stackhouse, J. (2000). Rate, accuracy and consistency: diadochokinetic performance of young, normally developing children. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 14(4), 267-293.

  4. Session 3 4 items
    There are detailed chapters on intervention in McLeod & Baker, Bauman-Waengler, Rvachew & Brosseau-Lapre. Reading the relvant sections of any one of these texts will broaden your understanding of the topic. The references below are particularly relevant to the lecture on target selection. In McLeod & Baker, Chapter 10 covers this lecture.
    1. Rvachew, S., & Nowak, M. (2001). The effect of target-selection strategy on phonological learning.

      Webpage Recommended The link takes you to the contents list for the journal issue. Full reference: Rvachew, S., & Nowak, M. (2001). The effect of target-selection strategy on phonological learning. [Article]. Journal of Speech Language and Hearing Research, 44(3), 610-623.

    2. Interventions for speech sound disorders in children - Williams, A. Lynn, McLeod, Sharynne, McCauley, Rebecca Joan c2010

      Book Recommended See Chapters 2 (Minimal pair intervention), 3 (Multiple oppositions), 4 (Complexity approaches) and 6 (Cycles).

    3. Effectiveness of speech intervention for phonological disorders: a randomized controlled trial - Almost & Rosenbaum 1998

      Article Recommended An RCT showing the effectiveness of a modified Cycles approach

  5. Session 4 3 items
    1. Interventions for speech sound disorders in children - Williams, A. Lynn, McLeod, Sharynne, McCauley, Rebecca Joan c2010

      Book Recommended Chapters 8 (Stimulability), 9 (Psycholinguistic), 10 (Metaphonological), and 12 (Speech perception) are the most relevant to the 'what level of processing' therapy lecture.

    2. Phonological awareness and other resources - Prof Gail Gillon, University of Canterbury

      Webpage Further A variety of assessment and intervention resources for PA and children with speech disorder

    3. Rvachew, S., Nowak, M. and Cloutier, G. 2004. Effect of Phonemic Perception Training on the Speech Production and Phonological Awareness Skills of Children With Expressive Phonological Delay.

      Webpage  The link takes you to the contents list for the relevant issue of the journal. The full reference is: Rvachew, S., Nowak, M. and Cloutier, G. 2004. Effect of Phonemic Perception Training on the Speech Production and Phonological Awareness Skills of Children With Expressive Phonological Delay. Am J Speech Lang Pathol 13: 250-263. doi:10.1044/1058-0360(2004/026)

  6. Sessions 5 and 6 0 items
  7. Speech, PA and literacy 7 items
    1. Bowyer-Crane, C., Snowling, M. J., Duff, F. J., Fieldsend, E., Carroll, J. M., Miles, J., . . . Hulme, C. (2008). Improving early language and literacy skills: differential effects of an oral language versus a phonology with reading intervention.

      Article  Full reference: Bowyer-Crane, C., Snowling, M. J., Duff, F. J., Fieldsend, E., Carroll, J. M., Miles, J., . . . Hulme, C. (2008). Improving early language and literacy skills: differential effects of an oral language versus a phonology with reading intervention. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 49(4), 422-432. doi: 10.1111/j.1469-7610.2007.01849.x

    2. Spoken Word Classification in Children and Adults - J. M. Carroll, J. M. Myers 01/02/2011

      Article  Full reference: Carroll, J. M., & Myers, J. M. (2011). Spoken Word Classification in Children and Adults. Journal of Speech Language and Hearing Research, 54(1), 127-147. doi: 10.1044/1092-4388(2010/08-0148)

    3. Gillon, G. T. (2005). Facilitating phoneme awareness development in 3-and 4-year-old children with speech impairment.

      Webpage  Full reference: Gillon, G. T. (2005). Facilitating phoneme awareness development in 3-and 4-year-old children with speech impairment. Language Speech and Hearing Services in Schools, 36(4), 308-324. doi: 10.1044/0161-1461(2005/031)

    4. Teaching phoneme awareness to pre‐literate children with speech disorder: a randomized controlled trial - Anne Hesketh, Evgenia Dima, Veronica Nelson 01/2007

      Article  Full reference: Hesketh, A., Dima, E., & Nelson, V. (2007). Teaching phoneme awareness to pre-literate children with speech disorder: a randomized controlled trial. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, 42(3), 251-271. doi: 10.1080/13682820600940141

  8. Childhood spraxia of Speech and Inconsistent phonological disorder 6 items
    1. Intervention for childhood apraxia of speech - Angela T Morgan, Adam P Vogel

      Article  Full ref: Morgan AT, Vogel AP. Intervention for childhood apraxia of speech. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2008, Issue 3. Art. No.: CD006278. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD006278.pub2.

  9. Session 10 Evidence for effectiveness 5 items
  10. Semester 2, Week 2 - Bilingual Phonology with Dr Sean Pert 5 items
    1. Multilingual children with speech sound disorders: Position paper - International Expert Panel on Multilingual Children’s Speech 2012

      Document 

    2. Multilingual aspects of speech sound disorders in children - Sharynne McLeod, Brian A. Goldstein 2012

      Book  Available from the library.

    3. The international guide to speech acquisition - Sharynne McLeod c2007

      Book