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L E E N A M . C O LT E RS E P T E M BE R 2 5 , 2 0 1 9E C S 5 7 0Activities to Develop Language, Literacy, and Communication skills
OverviewIntroduction Reading ActivitiesWriting ActivitiesSpeaking ActivitiesSummary
At-Home ActivitiesReading, speaking , writingAdaptation for children that may be struggling or at a higher grade levelAccommodation for children who struggle with developmental delay.Better choices for gifted and talented children
Children with Learning Disabilities with an IEPChildren with Gifted and Talented learning abilityChildren with a Disability struggle with many different things such as; reading, they have writing abilities, they struggle is social skills, they have psychological process deficit, information that’s given to them process slower then their peers, and last but not least they have hard paying attention and many children have little to no oral language skills.(Characteristic of children with learning disabilities, issue #3)Gifted and talented children's achieve early. They typically learn to read at an early age and achieve most or all of their developmental milestones early, children like this are usually good at many things , they often like school and like learning, and their vocabulary is larger then normal peers and they love to do problem solving. (Hallahan, Kauffman, & Pullen, 2015, p.394)Special Accommodations for children
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Reading ActivitiesQuestions to ask yourself:Is your child struggling? If so then emphasize the text of the story have your child select pictures as you read the words that’s associated with the picture work with your child on sounding out letters and blending sounds into words.Is this too easy for your child? Take turns reading the story out loud they have that child explain the importance of the book and what took place. Ask more question while going back through the book.Gifted and talented children ask your child to make a variation to the story line ask them to describe the importance of the cat walking through the story.Children with developmental delays- pair child up with older sibling to read as you display visuals related to the story to help the child understand the better.

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