Oral Communication Brochure - TWard.pdf - Strategies to...

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Oral CommunicationVoiceSpeechLanguageCreated by~Tenise WardStrategies to Encourage Communication(Birth to Pre-K)Home Setting (for Parents)- Sing, Talk and Read as Much as You Can Be Chatty!- Make Reading Interactive School Setting (for Teachers)-Create a Bright, Visual Classroom- Display Interest, Energy and Enthusiasm- Model Instruction - Use Language Art Skills letter fun, spell it, read it- Utilize Cooperative Learning- Utilize Peer TutoringStrategies for Children with DisabilitiesHome Setting (for Parents)-Pay Attention, Play and Interact- Encourage and Praise OftenSchool Setting (for Teachers)- Utilize Visual Schedules- Establish Routines- Use Augmentative and Alternative CommunicationStrategies for Gifted Children Home Setting (for Parents)-Read As Much as Possible- Model Proper Language SkillsSchool Setting (for Teachers)- Challenge the Students with Activities above their Abilities- Incorporate Advanced Communication Tools/(National Institute on Deafness and OtherCommunication Disorder)ServicesoPrivate Professional HelpoState’s Early Intervention ProgramoLocal School DistrictoLibrary Reading GroupsResources
Voiceis the sound we make as air from our lungs is pushed between vocal folds in our larynx, causing
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Term
Fall
Professor
Aaron Deris
Tags
past tense verbs, answers simple questions, ECS570TE Wk 1 Assignment, Language Developmental Milestones

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