Eliciting Sounds

Techniques and Strategies for Clinicians 2nd Edition

By Wayne A. Secord, Suzanne E. Boyce, JoAnn S. Donahue, Robert A. Fox, and Richard E. Shine

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198 page text of techniques for evoking any targeted phoneme. For SLP professionals and authored by Wayne Secord.
198 page text of techniques for evoking any targeted phoneme. For SLP professionals and authored by Wayne Secord.
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Author(s) Wayne A. Secord, Suzanne E. Boyce, JoAnn S. Donahue, Robert A. Fox, and Richard E. Shine
Topic Articulation, Books, SLP Resources, Special Educator Resources

Eliciting Sounds

The second edition of Eliciting Sounds: Techniques and Strategies for Clinicians is a quick, easy-to-use compendium of techniques for immediately evoking any phoneme targeted for remediation. The second edition of this classic resource continues to provide the most clinically relevant information in a compact, accessible format. No clinical speech-language pathologist should ever be without Eliciting Sounds. 198 pages. 6" x 9". Softcover. Spiral-bound.

Brief Overview of Eliciting Sounds (Special Features):

  • Introductory chapter provides background information, a summary of commonly used methods for eliciting sounds, and a clear overview of the book's organization and purpose.
  • Extensive information on consonant sounds, including:
    • Place/manner/voicing features for each consonant sound
    • Specific descriptions of how to produce each consonant phoneme
    • Common errors encountered by clinicians
    • Practical and easy-to-use phonetic placement techniques
    • Summary of specific moto-kinesthetic stimulations for each consonant
    • Practical and varied list of sound approximation techniques
  • Overview of the articulatory characteristics of vowels and diphthongs, including:
    • Common errors
    • Strategies for production
    • Descriptions of production
    • Summary of moto-kinesthetic stimulations
  • The most extensive and thorough chapter ever on the many variations of R including both prevocalic R, consonant R, and postvocalic R (vowel R); more than 30 pages of coverage describing the science to practice issues that relate specifically these problematic sounds.
  • Three new appendices including: (1) Appendix A: Procedures for Assessing Speech-Sound Stimulability, (2) Appendix B: Quick Screens for Evaluating Articulation Consistency, and (3) Appendix C: An Elicitation Strategy for Clients Who Lisp. The appendices provide first-of-its-kind, practical support strategies that appear nowhere else. They are effective supplemental tools that will help all clinicians save time and help children reach their goals better than ever before.
  • Over 85 new diagrams of tongue positions for each phoneme along with other illustrations that show characteristics of speech sound production.
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  1. Must have!!!
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    A great resource for SLPs working with articulation clients. A wealth of information!

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  2. Lots of great ideas
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    Gives lots of ideas for all different consonant and vowel sounds. Great for when you get "stuck" and need alternate methods to elicit sounds. Provides suggestions using phonetic placement, moto-kinesthetic & sound approximation cues. Very handy resource.

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  3. Perfect for Complex Artic Cases
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    This book is my favorite of all the articulation instruction books that I have ever used! It outlines commons errors and contextual variants associated with the sound. Then teaches eliciting techniques, including phonetic placement, moto-kinesthetic, and sound approximation. I will not be without this book during Articulation Therapy!

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  4. Great tool!
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    Very helpful resource for articulation!

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