A Strategic Approach to Writing Intervention
Note: This program was originally available as part of the Adolescent Language and Literacy: Supporting Emotional, Social, and Academic Growth conference.
School-based SLPs are being called on to take a more central role in supporting the development of students’ written language, particularly in the upper grades. However, many find themselves overwhelmed by the numerous skills that students need to master to meet curriculum-based writing demands. In this session, we’ll introduce you to a strategic approach to intervention that targets some of the core language skills frequently overlooked by other disciplines but are essential to student success with writing.
You will be able to:
- explain the roles of executive function, self-regulation, and reading comprehension in written expression
- use a strategic approach to written language intervention
- collaborate with other educators to modify curriculum-based writing assignments that support student performance
- provide a unique contribution to written language instruction and intervention within a school system
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10/12/2013 to 3/18/2014