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The Teaching Of Talking by Mark A. Ittleman

Title The Teaching of Talking
Author Mark A. Ittleman
Publisher Morgan James Publishing
Release Date 2012-06-01
Category Medical
Total Pages 206
ISBN 9781614482543
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

People with speaking difficulties are at the mercy of insurance companies who are determining how often and for how long speech therapy services should be delivered. It is also a disturbing reality that the likelihood for therapy frequency and length of care is contingent upon either the level of competence or comfort level of the speech-language pathologist or the financial policies of each institution. Often it has nothing to do with the severity or need for speech therapy. Our health care system is in no position to bankroll the long-term therapy that many people need who have moderate to profound speaking difficulties. The goal of Teaching of Talking is to make sure that any loved one, caregiver or speech-language pathologist is thoroughly knowledgeable in methods to help people improve talking since it is never known when the plug will be pulled on speech and language therapy services. Ittleman says: “I see hundreds of people with speech and language difficulties each year. By reading and applying The Teaching of Talking, you will have the confidence to help your client or loved one, no matter what the insurance company or institution does. By learning to do what is in Teaching of Talking you will be more self-sufficient and will not have to rely on anyone to provide your loved one with expert speech therapy.

The Teaching Of Talking by Mark Ittleman

Title The Teaching of Talking
Author Mark Ittleman
Publisher Morgan James Publishing
Release Date 2012-08-01
Category Medical
Total Pages 177
ISBN 9781614482536
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"This book will show you how to do expert speech and language stimulation and therapy at home throughout your loved one's daily activities. You will first learn to stimulate your loved one's speech and language through the use of questions that garner yes and no answers. From there, you will begin asking questions that require easy one-two word responses from your loved one. Once mastered, you will move to three-word answers and build thereon until your loved one or client can answer in phrases, and short sentences which will jump-start longer sentences, more independent speaking and, ultimately, conversation"--P. [4] of cover.

Title Transform Teaching and Learning through Talk
Author Amy Gaunt
Publisher Rowman & Littlefield
Release Date 2018-12-28
Category Education
Total Pages 176
ISBN 9781475840698
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book will challenge you to think deeply about what you can do integrate oracy into your practice. Rich with ideas, advice and strategies, Transform Teaching and Learning through Talk: The Oracy Imperative will quickly become your go-to-guide to get talking in class!

Talking In Class by Thomas M. McCann

Title Talking in Class
Author Thomas M. McCann
Publisher National Council of Teachers
Release Date 2006
Category Education
Total Pages 230
ISBN UCSC:32106018885522
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Guides high school teaches in developing skills in promoting and facilitating authentic discussion in the English language arts classroom.

Title Unlocking the Power of Classroom Talk
Author Shana Frazin
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2019-09-19
Category
Total Pages 160
ISBN 0325098719
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Shana Frazin and Katy Wischow passionately believe in the need to help students develop strong talk skills across the school day, in every subject, to prepare them for their academic lives and lives as active citizens outside of school. Using a unique "cycle" for talk that's similar to the writing process (generating, choosing, developing, acting, and reflecting), they name the predictable things we do most times we engage in a conversation, and show us how we can teach into those parts. Shana and Katy provide practical strategies for teaching four important purposes for talk that exist both in the classroom and in the real world: - talking to build relationships - talking to play with ideas - talking to clarify, analyze, and argue - talking to report. They offer a clear description of each purpose, the "when and how" to teach into those purposes, and what to do when things go awry. Classroom video brings the content to life showing what the talk looks and sounds like in action.

Talking Sketching Moving by Patricia A. Dunn

Title Talking Sketching Moving
Author Patricia A. Dunn
Publisher Boynton/Cook
Release Date 2001
Category Education
Total Pages 177
ISBN UCSC:32106017276608
Language English, Spanish, and French
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College composition is failing on three counts: we are not using all available means of helping students realize and use the power of written text; we are relying too much on linguistic pathways; and we are not taking full advantage of what students can teach us about other ways of knowing. In short, we're excluding people. Talking, Sketching, Movingoffers a better alternative. Patricia Dunn makes the case for a writing pedagogy that draws upon multiple literacies and then gives numerous, detailed examples of how that theory can be translated into classroom practice. Challenging the assumption that written texts play an almost exclusive role in the production of knowledge in composition classrooms, her book foregrounds other, more intellectually diverse ways of knowing: oral, visual, kinesthetic, spatial, and social pathways. Dunn goes on to describe what she and her students learned when they experimented with Freire's "multiple channels of communication" and how it helped them gain the metacognitive distance they needed for writing and revision. Dunn is not the first person to encourage writing instructors to explore multiple literacies. But, with too few exceptions, those calls have been ignored - due mostly to narrow assumptions about how people come to know, as well as a vested interest in promoting language-based epistemologies. Ultimately, Dunn urges compositionists to expect more of themselves and their students.

Teaching Talk by Kara Pranikoff

Title Teaching Talk
Author Kara Pranikoff
Publisher Heinemann Educational Books
Release Date 2017
Category Education
Total Pages 168
ISBN 0325086761
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Talk is part of every classroom, regardless of grade, content area, or school location. So how can teachers harness the energy of talk to spark discussion, strengthen student dialogue, and deepen comprehension? Teaching Talk is a practical resource that will help you focus your lens on classroom talk, making the most of the student voices and ideas that are already part of your classroom, and increasing the potential for learning. Kara Pranikoff offers suggestions and strategies that can be used immediately, starting with a comprehensive list of questions to help teachers assess and reflect on student talk. Each chapter addresses an element of classroom talk along with concrete examples to help you: collect and analyze artifacts of talk provide opportunities for students to share their ideas create conversations orchestrated by students and grounded in their ideas strengthen both talking and listening in conversation reflect on progress, set goals and refine instruction. Conversation is the currency of most ideas in the world. With Teaching Talk as your guide, you'll help students develop the skills they need to be inquisitive, independent, and critical thinkers in all aspects of their lives.

Title Creating a Speaking and Listening Classroom
Author Lyn Dawes
Publisher Routledge
Release Date 2010-10-04
Category Education
Total Pages 96
ISBN 9781136922664
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Providing children with opportunities to talk about their learning enables teachers to hear what children are thinking. Talking with one another allows children to question, elaborate, and reflect on a range of ideas. Classroom talk can be motivating and involving, and helps children to think and learn. And yet it is difficult to organise such talk in a classroom. Children unaware of the importance of talk for learning may think of talk as ‘just chat’ – and learning falls away as they slip into social talk. This book provides teachers with strategies and resources to enable whole classes to work together through the medium of talk. Creating a Speaking and Listening Classroom provides timely professional development for teachers. Based on a theoretical approach underpinned by classroom research, this book offers classroom-tested strategies for engaging children in their own learning. Such strategies involve the direct teaching of speaking and listening. Activities in the book can ensure that children know how and why to support one another’s learning in whole-class and group work. The approach enables teachers to ensure that personalised learning programs are based on what children already think and know. The suggested strategies for teaching speaking and listening can enable children to use one another’s minds as a rich resource. This stimulating book will be of interest to professionals in primary education, literacy co-ordinators, and trainee primary teachers.

Talk Less Teaching by Isabella Wallace

Title Talk Less Teaching
Author Isabella Wallace
Publisher Crown House Publishing
Release Date 2014-05-15
Category Education
Total Pages 200
ISBN 9781845909314
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Teacher-talk is a powerful tool. But whilst we must embrace teacher-talk as vital, we must also bear in mind that not all teacher-talk is created equally... Long periods of talk will not always keep a class spellbound. We need other techniques on which we can draw to help pupils embed learning and make progress. After all, how can we be effectively checking progress and understanding when it is we who are doing all the talking? How can we be certain that the sea of 'attentive' faces before us is not simply contemplating lunch? The solution is here: a vast bank of exciting, engaging, practical ways to allow learners to access and understand complex topics and skills without relentlessly bending their ears. Strategies which not only prevent pupils from being passengers in lessons, but which also make progress visible to both teacher and learner. In an entertaining and practical way, Talk-Less Teaching shows you how to encourage learners' responsibility for their own progress without compromising test results or overall achievement. Discover hundreds of tried and tested practical tips for helping pupils understand difficult concepts and learn new skills without developing lecture-laryngitis.

Well Spoken by Erik Palmer

Title Well Spoken
Author Erik Palmer
Publisher Stenhouse Publishers
Release Date 2011
Category Education
Total Pages 148
ISBN 9781571108814
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In this book, Erik Palmer shares the art of teaching speaking in any classroom. Teachers will find thoughtful and engaging strategies for integrating speaking skills throughout the curriculum.--[book cover]

Title Between Talk And Teaching
Author Laurel Black
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1998-03
Category Education
Total Pages 177
ISBN STANFORD:36105023078939
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The teacher-student conference is standard in the repertoire of teachers at all levels. Because it's a one-to-one encounter, teachers work hard to make it comfortable; but because it's a pedagogical moment, they hope that learning occurs in the encounter, too. The literature in this area often suggests that a conference is a conversation, but this doesn't account for a teacher's need to use it pedagogically. Laurel Johnson Black's new book explores the conflicting meanings and relations embedded in conferencing and offers a new theoretical understanding of the conference along with practical approaches to conferencing more effectively with students. Analyzing taped conferences of several different teachers and students, Black considers the influence that power, gender, and culture can have on a conference. She draws on sociolinguistic theory, as well as critical theory in composition and rhetoric, to build an understanding of the writing conference as an encounter somewhere between conversation and the classroom. She finds neither the conversation model nor versions of the master-apprentice model satisfactory. Her approach is humane, student-centered, and progressive, but it does not ignore the valid pedagogical purposes a teacher might have in conferencing. Between Talk and Teaching will be a valuable addition to the professional library of writing teachers and writing program administrators.

Content Area Conversations by Douglas Fisher

Title Content Area Conversations
Author Douglas Fisher
Publisher ASCD
Release Date 2008-10-22
Category Education
Total Pages 175
ISBN 9781416616559
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Teachers across the country are seeking ways to make their multicultural classrooms come alive with student talk about content. Content-Area Conversations: How to Plan Discussion-Based Lessons for Diverse Language Learners is a practical, hands-on guide to creating and managing environments that spur sophisticated levels of student communication, both oral and written. Paying special attention to the needs of English language learners, the authors • Detail research-based steps for designing lessons that spark student talk; • Share real-life classroom scenarios and dialogues that bring theory to life; • Describe easy-to-use assessments for all grade levels; • Provide rubrics, worksheets, sentence frames, and other imaginative tools that encourage academic communication; and • Offer guiding questions to help teachers plan instruction. Teachers at any grade level, in any content area, will find a wide variety of strategies in this book to help students simultaneously learn English and learn in English. Drawing both on decades of research data and on the authors’ real-life experiences as teachers of English language learners, this book is replete with ideas for fostering real academic discourse in your classroom.

Title How to Talk About Books You Haven t Read
Author Pierre Bayard
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing USA
Release Date 2010-08-10
Category Literary Collections
Total Pages 208
ISBN 9781596917149
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In this delightfully witty, provocative book, literature professor and psychoanalyst Pierre Bayard argues that not having read a book need not be an impediment to having an interesting conversation about it. (In fact, he says, in certain situations reading the book is the worst thing you could do.) Using examples from such writers as Graham Greene, Oscar Wilde, Montaigne, and Umberto Eco, he describes the varieties of "non-reading"-from books that you've never heard of to books that you've read and forgotten-and offers advice on how to turn a sticky social situation into an occasion for creative brilliance. Practical, funny, and thought-provoking, How to Talk About Books You Haven't Read-which became a favorite of readers everywhere in the hardcover edition-is in the end a love letter to books, offering a whole new perspective on how we read and absorb them.

Talk Does Not Cook The Rice by R. H. H. (Guru.)

Title Talk Does Not Cook the Rice
Author R. H. H. (Guru.)
Publisher Red Wheel
Release Date 1985-04
Category Body, Mind & Spirit
Total Pages 198
ISBN PSU:000010834800
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Talking Listening And Teaching by Thomas S. C. Farrell

Title Talking Listening and Teaching
Author Thomas S. C. Farrell
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2018-09-15
Category Education
Total Pages 120
ISBN 9781510733053
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Talking, Listening, and Teaching demonstrates how important it is for teachers to understand and monitor classroom communication patterns and resolve problems that may hamper students' learning. Using examples from real classrooms, the author explains How classroom talk is different from communication outside the classroom How to gather and analyze data about classroom talk What type of questioning generates good discussions Why and how to give feedback to students How nonverbal communication impacts the classroom This insightful guide to classroom communication, featuring provocative "Thinking About Your Own Classroom" questions, is ideal for teacher study groups and benefits educators who wish to effectively manage this important aspect of teaching and learning.

Title Teaching Your Bird to Talk
Author Diane Grindol
Publisher *Howell Book House
Release Date 2003-12-05
Category Pets
Total Pages 256
ISBN 076454165X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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From two noted experts-the first in-depth book on teaching your bird to talk Teaching a bird to talk isn't as difficult as it may seem. In this easy-to-follow guide, avian experts Diane Grindol and Tom Roudybush reveal how you can communicate with your parrot far beyond "hello" and, in turn, understand what your bird is trying to communicate to you. Teaching Your Bird to Talk compiles an impressive amount of background, training, and research regarding bird vocalizations, walking you step by step through the behavioral mechanics of training parrots to talk (as well as starlings, mynahs, and other birds). Whether you want your bird to mimic words, talk on cue, or have some understanding of what you are saying, this guide shows you the type of training you need to do with your bird. The book also takes a close look at the work of Dr. Irene Pepperberg-the world's foremost authority in the field of parrot intelligence and trainer of Alex the African Grey Parrot. * Identifies which species of bird are likely to talk and which aren't * Explores field research on regional languages and dialects of parrots in the wild * Features true stories from owners of talking birds * Explains how to handle problems with vocal parrots, such as screaming and using inappropriate language * Offers tips on feeding and housing birds, and finding an avian veterinarian

Title Teaching in a Digital Age
Author A. W Bates
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2015
Category
Total Pages 86
ISBN 0995269238
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Late Talking Children by Stephen M. Camarata

Title Late Talking Children
Author Stephen M. Camarata
Publisher MIT Press
Release Date 2014-09-05
Category Education
Total Pages 256
ISBN 9780262027793
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Describes in accessible language what science knows about the characteristics and causes of late talking, explaining that today's greater awareness of autism, and the expanded definition of autism as a "spectrum" of symptoms, has increased the chances that a late-talking child will be diagnosed—or misdiagnosed—with autism. Simultaneous eBook.

Teach Me How To Say It Right by Dorothy P. Dougherty

Title Teach Me how to Say it Right
Author Dorothy P. Dougherty
Publisher New Harbinger Publications Incorporated
Release Date 2005
Category Family & Relationships
Total Pages 158
ISBN 1572244038
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"A speech-language pathologist with over 25 years experience, provides the parents of children who are unable to articulate their words correctly with the information they need to reduce child and parent anxiety, improve their child's self-esteem, recognize problems with language skills, learn how speech sounds develop, what to expect in therapy, what may cause articulation problems, and over 50 games to help children play with sounds."

Schooltalk by Mica Pollock

Title Schooltalk
Author Mica Pollock
Publisher New Press, The
Release Date 2017-02-07
Category Education
Total Pages 416
ISBN 9781620971048
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Words matter. Every day in schools, language is used—whether in the classroom, in a student-teacher meeting, or by principals, guidance counselors, or other school professionals—implying, intentionally or not, that some subset of students have little potential. As a result, countless students “underachieve,” others become disengaged, and, ultimately, we all lose. Mica Pollock, editor of Everyday Antiracism—the progressive teacher’s must-have resource—now turns to what it takes for those working in schools to match their speech to their values, giving all students an equal opportunity to thrive. By juxtaposing common scenarios with useful exercises, concrete actions, and resources, Schooltalk describes how the devil is in the oft-dismissed details: the tossed-off remark to a student or parent about the community in which she lives; the way groups—based on race, ability, and income—are discussed in faculty meetings about test scores and data; the assumptions and communication breakdowns between counselors, teachers, and other staff that cause kids to fall needlessly through the cracks; or the deflating comment to a young person about her college or career prospects. Schooltalk will empower educators of every ilk, revealing to them an incredibly effective tool at their disposal to support the success of all students every day: their words.