Early Prepositions: A free audio-visual resource
A short video library to help children understand and use early prepositions
Early Preposition Videos for children: A FREE audio-visual resource for anyone who wants it!
prae ‘before’ +
ponere ‘to place’.
our wonderful first year speech pathology Masters students from the University of Technology, Susannah and Joe; and
Cherie - our hard-working, multi-tasking administrative assistant and fourth year University of Sydney speech pathology student. (Cherie made some of the trickier videos, and helped me oversee the project - all in between answering phone calls); and
some of our busy Banter clinicians between therapy sessions.
Known to many as Speech Bloke, David is a Certified Practising Speech Pathologist, Lawyer, Author and Father. He is based in Sydney, Australia, where he helps adults and children with communication issues to speak for themselves.
David manages a busy private speech pathology clinic, and a publishing company for speech pathologists in private practice. He is the founder of Banter Speech & Language, and Speechies in Business. He is passionate about ethical practices and consumer rights and regularly guest lectures to speech pathology students and others on legal issues affecting the profession.
David holds a Master of Speech Language Pathology from the University of Sydney, where he was a Dean's Scholar, ranking first in his graduating year. He is admitted as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of New South Wales and the High Court of Hong Kong, and lived for 8 years in Hong Kong. David is a Certified PESL Instructor for accent modification. He is a Hanen- and LSVT LOUD-certified speech-language pathologist with post-graduate training in the PreLit early literacy preparation program by MultiLit, the Spalding Method for literacy, and Voicecraft for voice issues.
Prior to becoming a speech pathologist, David was a senior lawyer at a US Investment Bank and, before then, worked for global law firms in Hong Kong and Sydney. He knows what it takes to communicate professionally and to compete in a globalised workforce.