Global Language Disorder Further Reading

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  1. Castle, F., Blamires, M. and Tod, J. (1999), Individual Education Plans: Speech and Language (IEPs), London: David Fulton Publishers.
  2. Hayden, S. and Jordan, E. (2007), Language for Learning: A Practical Guide for Supporting Pupils with Language and Communication Difficulties Across the Curriculum, London: David Fulton Publishers.
  3. Dockrell, J. and Messer, D. (1999), Children’s Language and Communication Difficulties, London: Cassell.
  4. Fleming, P., Miller, C. and Wright, J. (2001), Speech and Language Difficulties in Education: Approaches to Collaborative Practice for Teachers and Speech and Language Therapists, Bicester: Speechmark.
  5. Martin, D. (2000) Teaching Children with Speech and Language Difficulties, London: David Fulton Publishers.
  6. Plummer, D.M. ( 2011), Helping Children to Improve their Communication Skills: therapeutic Activities for teachers, Parents and Therapists, London: Jessica Kingsley.
  7. Ripley, K., Barrett, J. and Fleming, P. (2001), Inclusion for Children with Speech and Language Impairments: Accessing the Curriculum and Promoting Personal and Social Development, London: David Fulton Publishers.
  8. Rustin, L., Cook, F., Botterill, W., Hughes, C. and Kelman, E. (2001), Stammering: A Practical Guide for Teachers and Other Professionals, London: David Fulton Publishers.
  9. Stuart, L., Wright, F., Grigor, S. and Howey, A. (2002), Spoken Language Difficulties: Practical Strategies and Activities for Teachers and Other Professionals, London: David Fulton Publishers.
  10. Thompson, G. (2003), Supporting Communication Disorders: A Handbook for Teachers and Teaching Assistants, London: David Fulton Publishers.

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