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Topic 2 DQ 1 Dr Brindle, & Classmates, The importance of special education teachers understanding the typical patterns of speech development is relevant because the educator can identify the appropriate services needed for the special need child. Therefore, giving the child with speech disorder support that will help to remedy the communication problem. Dealing with the specific needs of each child allows them to succeed to the best of their ability. For many special need’s children, their primary issue is verbal. These students simply lack proper verbal skills. Some communicate poorly, while others are unable to communicate at all. These children are often able to perform most other functions that other students do. The development of speech sounds is an important part of learning the “form” of oral language (Bloom & Lahey, 1978). There are many schools around the country that have special needs children. These children fit under

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