Conversation is at the heart of learning. This is about learners (children, students) talking their way into learning.
Monday, June 19, 2017
Normal Language Development and the Role of Oral Language in Common Disabilities
This is a companion piece to the last posting on Language Development. Children with disabilities like Autism, Learning Disabilities, and Intellectual Disabilities are very likely to have delayed oral language or an oral language disability. Here is a power point explaining the areas that a speech/language/ pathologist might address.
What role does Oral Language Play in “Disabilities”
Speech-Language Pathologists— Who Are We, and What Do We Do
From the American Speech Language and Hearing Association,