School-Age Language Intervention: Evidence-Based Practices–Second Edition

Teresa A. Ukrainetz
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Teresa A. Ukrainetz

  • Details: 743 pages, 7" × 10" softcover
  • 978-1-416-41230-4
  • Publication Date: January 2024

School-Age Language Intervention: Evidence-Based Practices–Second Edition addresses the fundamentals of being an SLP in the schools: service delivery, assessment, the foundation and framework for intervention, and federal rules and regulations. It explains the major populations that a school SLP encounters: developmental language disorder, reading disability, autism, and dual language learners. Evidence-based guidance for intervention is provided for vocabulary, grammar, narrative, expository, and classroom discourse. The final section of this book specifically addresses the written code and cognitive underpinnings needed for reading, writing, and academic success.

Dr. Ukrainetz brings together an impressive corps of contributors to develop an invaluable resource language and literacy intervention for school SLPs and other special educators. This book grounds practical assessment and treatment strategies across oral and written domains of language and related abilities in sound theory and research. It addresses the wide and complex world of the school SLP, including service delivery, rules and regulations, and major student populations. This is a must-have resource for working professionals and graduate students. 


  • The Groundwork of Practice: Speech–Language Pathology in the Schools
  • The Foundations of Language Intervention: Reasoning and Research  
  • School-age Language Assessment: Process and Procedures  
  • Contextualized Skill Intervention: Whole and Parts 
  • Speech–Language Services in the Schools: Rules of the Road  
  • Sorting the Learners: Developmental Language Disorder and Reading Disability  
  • Another Kind of Learner: Supporting Social Communication for Autistic People
  • Another Dimension to the Caseload: Dual Language Learners  
  • Vocabulary: Promoting Diverse and Deep Lexical Development  
  • Grammar: How Can I Say That Better  
  • Telling a Good Story: Teaching the Structure of Narrative 
  • Describe, Explain, and Persuade: Intervention for Expository Discourse
  • Playing the Classroom Game: Supporting Vulnerable Students In Our Schools 
  • The Phonological Foundations of Reading and Writing: Awareness, Memory, and Retrieval Intervention
  • Teaching the Fundamentals of Reading: Word Identification and Fluency 
  • Spelling and Word Study: A Guide for Language-Based Assessment and Intervention 
  • Improving Reading Comprehension: More Than Meets the Eye