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Chapter 10 Facilitating Oral language/Literacy Development During General Education Activities
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“Language is the basis of human community. With it we inform , persuade, challenge, support, and entertain each other.” ( Dias, Beer, Ledwell-Brown, Pare & Pittenger, 1992., p. 187)O
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Overview. . Students with significant developmental disabilities are increasingly included in classrooms where oral language and literacy opportunities exist in forms that were not previously envisioned in segregated settings. In addition, important positive changes in societal/professional attitudes toward these individuals has resulted in the widespread availability of communication/literacy technologies that enable them to participate in inclusive, dynamic environments. (Mirenda, Iacono, & Williams, 1990)
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Think about oral language/literacy development for our students… Students with significant disabilities in general education classrooms… 2 broad categories Oral language: Speech, facial expressions,
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This note was uploaded on 06/18/2011 for the course SPE 3700 taught by Professor Janpearcy during the Spring '11 term at E. Illinois.

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