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Language Books for Parents and Professionals
Infants and Toddlers
Apel, K. & Masterson, J. (2001). Beyond Baby Talk. Roseville, CA: Prima Publishing.
Hearne, D. (2000). Teaching Second Language Learners with Learning Disabilities. Oceanside, CA: Academic Communication Associates.
Roseberry-McKibbin, C. (2002). Multicultural Students with Special Language Needs. Oceanside, CA: Academic Communication Associates.
|Language Development, Adoption, and General Development Resources||Nationality Specific Adoption Resources|
American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA): Information on language development, professional referrals
|Eastern European Adoption Coalition (EEAC) Resources for families adopting from Russia, Ukraine, Khazakstan, Bulgaria, Azerbaijan, Romania, Latvia, Lithuania, and all past and present republics of the former Soviet Union.|
Boggle's World: Excellent resource for language learning activities focused on elementary and middle school children. This web site has good links to additional English as a Second Language resources.
Families with Children from China (FCC) Resources for families adopting from China.
Child Development Institute: Resources for information on developmental milestones and language learning activities for all ages. Be sure to scroll to the bottom of the page for the detail lists.
Latin American Parents Association (LAPA) Resources for families adopting from Central and South America.
|ERIC Clearinghouse on Early Childhood Education: U.S. Dept of Education site with resources on infants and toddler development||Families of Russian and Ukrainian Adoption (FRUA) Resources for families adopting from Russia, Ukraine, Romania, and other Eastern European countries.|
|National Clearinghouse for Bilingual Education (NCBE): George Washington University site with resources on bilingual education issues||I Child Resources for families adopting from India|
|Boris Gindis, Ph.D.: Information on educational assessment and intervention with Internationally Adopted Children.||Families with Children from Vietnam Resources for families adopting from Vietnam|
|Jane Aronson, M.D.: Articles on medical and developmental issues in children adopted from orphanages, excellent web links to other adoption resources.||Korean Focus for Adoptive Families Resources for families adopting from Korea.|
|University of Minnesota Adoption Clinic: Dr. Dana Johnson's facility with articles on medical and developmental issues for children adopted from orphanages.||Adopting from Korea Resources for families adopting from Korea.|
|Association for Adoption Research (ARIA): Contains links to web sites of researchers working on issues related to child development following international adoption.||Families Adopting Children from Bulgaria (FACAB) Resources for families adopting from Bulgaria|
|Joint Commission on International Adoption (JCIS): Legal and government information on adoption issues.|
|Evan B. Donaldson Adoption Institute: International adoption statistics and other interesting facts.|
Cited References and Other Relevant Resources
|Albers, L., Johnson, D., Hostetter, M., Iverson, S., & Miller, L. (1997). Health of children adopted from the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe. Journal of the American Medical Association, 278, 922-924.|
|Aronson, J. (1999). Orphan Rangers in Russia. <http://www.members.aol.com/jaronmink/rangers.htm> [2001, March 22].|
|Benoit, T., Jocelyn, L., Moddemann, D., & Embree, J. (1996). Romanian adoption: The Manitoba experience. Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, 150, 1278-1282.|
|Brice, A. E. (2002). The Hispanic child: Speech, language, culture and education. Boston: Allyn & Bacon.|
|Collier, V. P. (1995). Acquiring a second language for school. Directions in Language and Education, 1, 4-16.|
|Cummins, J. (1981). The role of primary language development in promoting educational success for language minority students. In California State Department of Education, Schooling and language minority students. Sacramento CA: California State Department of Education.|
|Cummins, J. (1991). Interdependence of first and second language proficiency in bilingual children. In E. Bialystok (Ed.), Language Processing in Bilingual Children. (pp. 36-54). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.|
|Fenson, L., Dale, P.S., Reznick, J.S., Thal, D., Bates, E., Hartung, J.P., Pethick, S., & Reilly, J.S. (1993). MacArthur communicative development inventories: Userís guide and technical manual. San Diego, CA: Singular.|
|Fisher, L., Ames, E., Chisholm, K., & Savoie, L. (1997). Problems reported by parents of Romanian orphans adopted to British Columbia. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 20, 67-82.|
|Gindis, B. (1999). Language-related issues for international adoptees and adoptive families. In T. Tepper, L. Hannon, & D. Sandstrom (Eds.), International Adoption: Challenges and Opportunities (pp. 98-107). Meadowlands, PA: First Edition.|
|Glennen, S. (in press, 2002). Language development and delay in internationally adopted infants and toddlers: A review. American Journal of Speech Language Pathology. Manuscript accepted for publication, to appear fall 2002.|
| Glennen, S.
(in press). Language
development following international adoption.
In Families for Russian and Ukrainian Adoption (FRUA), Medical
Issues Facing Our Children (2d Ed.).
Merrifield, VA: FRUA Press.
|Glennen, S., & Masters, M. G., (in press, 2002). Typical and atypical language development in infants and toddlers adopted from Eastern Europe. American Journal of Speech Language Pathology. Manuscript accepted for publication, to appear fall 2002.|
|Groze, V. & Ileana, D. (1996). A follow-up study of adopted children from Romania. Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, 13, 541-565.|
|Guitierrez-Clellan, V. F. (1999). Language choice in intervention with bilingual children. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 8, 291-302.|
|Hakuta, K. (1999). The debate on bilingual education. Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 20, 36-37.|
|Johnson, D. (2000). Medical and developmental sequelae of early childhood institutionalization in Eastern European adoptees. The Minnesota Symposium on Child Psychology, 31, 113-162.|
|Johnson, D., & Dole, K. (1999). International adoptions: Implications for early intervention. Infants and Young Children, 11(4), 34-45.|
S. (1999). Eastern European
adoptions: Current status and implication for intervention. Topics in Early Childhood Special Education, 19, 244-267.
M. (1990). Maturational constraints on language development.
Studies in Second
Language Acquisition, 12,
L. & Hendric, N. (2000). Health
of children adopted from China. Pediatrics,
105(6), p. e76 [http://www.pediatrics.org/cgi/content/full/105/6/e76].
|Moore-Brown, B., & Montgomery, J. (2001). Making a difference for Americaís children: Speech language pathologists in public schools. Eau Clare, WI: Thinking Publications.|
S., Ames, E., & Chisholm, K. (1995).
The development of children adopted from Romanian orphanages.
Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 41,
|Owens, R. (2000). Language development: An introduction (5th ed.). Boston: Allyn & Bacon.|
|Paul, R. (2001). Language disorders from infancy through adolescence (2cnd ed.). St. Louis, MO: Mosby.|
|Rescorla, L. (1989). The Language development survey: A screening tool for delayed language in toddlers. Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 54, 587-599.|
|Roberts, Krakow, & Pollock, K. (2002). Language outcomes for preschool children adopted from China before age two. Presentation at the 9th Meeting of the International Clinical Phonetics and Linguistics Association (ICLPA), Hong Kong.|
|Roseberry-McKibbin, C. (2002). Multicultural students with special language needs: Practical strategies for assessment and intervention. San Diego, CA: Academic Press.|
|Roseberry-McKibbin, C. (1994). Assessment and intervention for children with limited English proficiency and language disorders. American Journal of Speech Language Pathology, 3, 77-88.|
|Rosetti, L. (1990). The Rosetti infant-toddler language scale. East Moline Illinois: LinguiSystems.|
M. (1998). Developmental
catch-up and deficit following adoption after severe global early
of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 39, 465-476.
N. (1992). Considering
arrested language development and language loss in the assessment of
second language learners. Language,
Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, 23, 28-33.
|Sloutsky, V. (1997). Institutional care and developmental outcomes of 6 and 7-year old children: A contextualist perspective. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 20 (1), 131-151.|
|Wetherby, A., & Prizant, B. (2002). Communication and symbolic communication scales - Developmental profile. Baltimore: Brookes Publishing.|
|Sharon Glennen, Ph.D., CCC-SLP|
|Assistant Professor of Communication Sciences & Disorders|
|Towson, MD 21252|
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