Focusing on the syllable types and morphological patterns and rules that explain many of the 'irregularities' of English, this basic workbook may be used with any child who has a specific language disability. Some knowledge of vowel sounds, diphthongs, blends, digraphs, vowel-consonant-e combinations, and the hard and soft 'g' and 'c' sounds is assumed, and it deals extensively with syllables, syllable division, prefixes, suffixes, accent, and other important topics. Students are often asked to mark, divide, and sound out multi-syllable words, and work with prefixes and suffixes. Grades 5 & up. 170 pages, paperback. This book is designed for students to use with the assistance of a teacher.