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Supporting children with communication difficulties in inclusive settings

school-based language intervention

by Linda McCormick

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Published by Allyn and Bacon in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Speech therapy for children,
  • Children -- Language,
  • Communicative disorders in children,
  • Mainstreaming in education

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    StatementLinda McCormick, Diane Frome Loeb, Richard L. Schiefelbusch.
    ContributionsLoeb, Diane Frome., Schiefelbusch, Richard L.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB3454 .M396 1997
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 530 p. :
    Number of Pages530
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL984127M
    ISBN 100023792728
    LC Control Number96021866

    This book helps readers develop their knowledge, skills and practice in encouraging and promoting communication, language and literacy for babies and young children. It includes: activities, examples, case studies, scenarios and ideas from actual practice.   With increasing numbers of children starting school with poor speech and communication skills, it is essential that practitioners support young children’s language development in early years provisions. Early years staff play a key role in encouraging and supporting language acquisition as well as identifying any potential difficulties children may be .

    Supporting children learning English as an additional language Adults and children should respond positively and encouragingly to children’s non-verbal communication. As they observe, listen and explore the setting, children will be applying the knowledge language support may not be available for all children in all settings all the Size: KB. ¥ Communication tools are prepared ahead of time to allow maximum communication with child. ¥ Materials are arranged to require communication (ÒCommunication TemptationsÓ). ¥ Engineering the Environment to develop Communication Boards for .

    Supporting learning and development with ICT. Amanda Wood. This article identifies a number of reasons why ICT may be a particularly important tool for supporting the learning needs of children with Down syndrome and examines a variety of ways in which ICT can be integrated into teaching situations at home and at by: 2. Body language, withdrawal, and meltdowns are also ways children with autism communicate. If children struggle with using or understanding language, use signs, symbols, and language they can understand to communicate with them. Sign language is a great alternative form of communication for many children with autism.


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