Posts by DrKaren

Morphological Development in the School-Age Years

Morphological Development in the School-Age Years

No discussion of language development would be complete without a mention of morphology; which is why today we’re going to...

Common Core Standards, Special Education, and Language Development: Myths and Misconceptions

Common Core Standards, Special Education, and Language Development: Myths and Misconceptions

For anyone working with the school age population, navigating Common Core Standards for students in special education can be a...

Language Development: An Ultimate Guide

Language Development: An Ultimate Guide

If you’re a professional working on building language skills; you’ve most likely taken a language development course at some point...

Why I hate New Year’s Resolutions…

Why I hate New Year’s Resolutions…

In general, I find New Year’s Eve to be a disappointing holiday. When I was in my teens and 20s,...

Language therapy resources: A year-end review

Language therapy resources: A year-end review

Many SLPs have a hard time finding good language therapy resources that make their lives easier with their huge caseloads;...

Syntax Worksheets for Speech Therapy

Syntax Worksheets for Speech Therapy

As a follow up to my last post on sentence combining; I wanted to give you some quick resources with...

How to target syntax in speech therapy.

How to target syntax in speech therapy.

Many of us know we should address syntax in speech therapy sessions for kids with language disorders; but many of...

Literacy intervention for SLPs: A counterintuitive approach

Literacy intervention for SLPs: A counterintuitive approach

Literacy intervention for SLPs treating students with language disorders is a hot topic these days. The problem is that everyone...

What’s really causing reading comprehension problems?

What’s really causing reading comprehension problems?

There isn’t a week that goes by that the typical school SLP doesn’t wonder how to fix their students’ reading...

Why “reading comprehension” strategies aren’t helping your students with language disorders.

Why “reading comprehension” strategies aren’t helping your students with language disorders.

There’s no question that language processing and reading comprehension go hand-in-hand. We know that our vocabulary skills have a huge...

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