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HELP 3

Written in the widely-acclaimed format of the HELP series, these lessons are known for:

  •  high quality, timeless content
  •  application to a wide range of developmental and acquired language disorders
  •  goal-driven activities
  •  gradual increase in complexity within and between activities

Clients learn to:

  • use concepts to describe, compare, and reason
  • be flexible in thinking and communicating
  • use language to identify and solve problems
  • adjust their language to fit the social situation

The activities develop language processing in four general areas:

Concepts

  • understand and use spatial, part/whole relationships, and temporal concepts in language
  • apply word meanings to new contexts
  • use concepts for more complex reasoning

Paraphrasing

  • identify synonyms, antonyms, similar words, and associated words
  • identify accurate paraphrasing
  • paraphrase sentences, common sayings, and paragraphs

Critical Thinking

  • identify items and information needed to perform activities
  • predict difficulties in activities and possible outcomes of situations
  • choose the best solutions to problems
  • give instructions to solve a problem
  • identify causes of problems

Social Language

  • request information
  • initiate and terminate conversations appropriately
  • change conversational topics
  • make inferences

You may purchase HELP 3 individually or as part of a 5-Book Set.  The 5-Book Set consists of:

HELP 1 Handbook of Exercises for Language Processing

HELP 2 Handbook of Exercises for Language Processing

HELP 3 Handbook of Exercises for Language Processing

HELP 4 Handbook of Exercises for Language Processing

HELP 5 Handbook of Exercises for Language Processing

 

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HELP® 3 - Book

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$88.00