Below are links to some great resources that I have used. Hopefully they are just as helpful to you!
—American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA) at asha.org
SLP BLOGS with BILINGUAL TOPICS:
—ASHAsphere on the ASHA website
—2 Languages 2 Worlds is a blog by some of my favorite researchers in the field
–The Honeybeeconnection captured my attention after reading the “about me” page!
–This bilingual resources page at thespeechspot.com
–This page on bilingual assessment and treatment on heatherspeechtherapy.com
–This great wealth of information on bilingualism at Portland State University. This site has information on Spanish/English bilingualism as well as information on other languages.
— The LEADERSproject is a great resource from Teachers College at Columbia University. Dr. Cate Crowley’s informative videos are amazing!
SPANISH LANGUAGE REFERENCES:
—Spanish Phonemic Inventory from asha.org
—Phonological and Language Features of Spanish from thespeechspot.com
—Difference between Spanish and English from fis.edu
—Spanish English Dictionary developed by JD Alexander from learnnc.org
LINKS for THERAPY AND ASSESSMENT IDEAS:
—Information about wordless picture books (check out my post on this topic as well!)
–A great resource and the title says it all: “Tips for Assessing Bilingual Children as a Monolingual SLP”
—ELL Starter Kit for educators
–This powerpoint from OhioSLHA.org that includes English/Spanish articulation norms and assessment/treatment approaches
–This MUST SEE instructional video by Dr. Cate Crowley of Teachers College, Columbia University. It is a step by step video on a case study titled “Disorder, Difference or Gap?: A School Age Disability Evaluation.”
–For those with students that have hearing impairments and are AVT trained, the listening tree website is for you! There is a cost to get access to the materials.