Vocabulary as You Need It: Vocabulary Grouped by Linguistic Rule Structures

Joan S. Kissel

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This book consists of 13 sections comprised of work sheets presenting vocabulary grouped by linguistic rule structures. The clinician can select from vocabulary groupings which develop semantic knowledge, articulation skills, listening skills, oral motor and ear-eye-hand-oral motor skills, syntactic complexity, print awareness, and vocabulary in context as developed in the rebus stories. The book can be used with students of many varying levels of language development, including English as a Second Language students, and adults. The 13 sections are: (1) Vocabulary by Embedded Words; (2) Vocabulary by Listening for Number of Syllables; (3) Vocabulary by Listening for Noun Phrase Segments; (4) Vocabulary by Place and Manner; (5) Vocabulary byDevelopmental Age; (6) Vocabulary by Vowel Sound; (7) Vocabulary by Two Syllables; (8) Vocabulary by Releasing and Arresting Position; (9) Vocabulary by Classification; (10) Vocabulary by Co-articulation; (11) Vocabulary by Minimal Pairs; (12) Vocabulary by Antonym Pairs; and (13) Vocabulary by Rebus Stories. Fifty-nine references are included. 

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Joan S. Kissel. Vocabulary as You Need It: Vocabulary Grouped by Linguistic Rule Structures (1995). Slosson Educational Publications, Inc.: East Aurora, NY. (253 pages).

Language: English

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