Ages: 5 and up
Grades: K and up
Author: Pam Marshalla
Carryover is the term that commonly refers to a client’s ability to take a speech skill learned in the therapy room and to apply it broadly in all speaking situations. Many speech-language clients acquire this skill almost immediately and without effort, but there are those who do not. A special focus on carryover is needed for them.
This book is research-based and practical. It contains therapy ideas to ponder and use during the process of carryover training. The text contains an integration of ideas from five sources:
- Published research reports
- Modern textbooks on articulation and phonology
- Historical textbooks on articulation therapy
- The author’s three decades of clinical experience
- Games and activities contributed by hundreds of professional speech-language pathologists.
- What is Carryover?
- Studies of Generalization and Carryover
- Managing the Carryover Process
- Self-Monitoring and Carryover
- Speech Production Activities for Carryover
- The Role of Behavior Modification in Carryover
- Conversational Speech in the Carryover Process
- Personality, Emotion, and Attitude in Carryover
- Games and Activities to Promote Carryover
Includes: 170 pages