Worksheets: Revisions, repairs and the 'fixed-up-one' routine
- Created: Wednesday, 23 November 2011 10:13
- Updated on Wednesday, 07 September 2016 10:25
Revisions and Repairs
The "fixed-up-one" routine is a metalinguistic technique that enables adults to talk simply to children about making revisions and repairs and how to do so. Scripts are provided to families to introduce them to the technique.
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On this page you will find two slide shows explaining the fixed-up-one technique and scripts for substutution processes, syllable structure processes, and vowel replacement.
Syllable Structure Processes
Bowen, C. (1996). Evaluation of a phonological therapy with treated and untreated groups of young children. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Macquarie University.
Bowen, C. (1998). Developmental phonological disorders: A practical guide for families and teachers. Melbourne: The Australian Council for Educational Research Ltd.
Bowen, C. & Cupples, L. (1998). A tested phonological therapy in practice. Child Language Teaching and Therapy, 14(1), 29-50.
Bowen, C. & Cupples, L. (1999). Parents and children together (PACT): a collaborative approach to phonological therapy. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders, 34(1), 35-55.