Assessing Personal Narratives of Preschool and School Aged Children
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This 23 page presentation describes how to assess personal narratives of preschool and school-aged children.
- Why Assess Narrative Abilities?
- The Value of Narratives
- Narratives and Language Features
- Advantages of Informal Narrative Assessments
- Types of Narratives: Hedberg and Westby (1993)
- Analysis of Personal Narratives (Bliss & McCabe, 2012)
- Personal Narrative Elicitation
- 4 Patterns of impaired narration as well as
- Cultural Considerations to Personal Narratives
- African American Children
- Latino Children
- Asian Children
- Chart: Questions for Implementation of the Narrative Assessment Profile (Bliss, McCabe, & Miranda, 1998)
- Helpful Resources
Intended Audiences: speech language pathologists, teachers and parents
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