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Classroom language skills for children with Down syndrome : a guide for parents and teachers

By: Kumin, Libby.
Series: Topics in Down Syndrome.Publisher: Bethesda Woodbine House 2001Description: xii, 339 p.ISBN: 1890627119.Subject(s): TEACHERS GUIDES | LANGUAGE | LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION | LANGUAGE ACQUISITION | LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT | COMMUNICATION | COMMUNICATION SKILLS | COMMUNICATION PROBLEMS | COMMUNICATION AIDS | SPEECH | SPEECH DEVELOPMENT | SPEECH THERAPY | EDUCATIONAL NEEDS | EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMES | EDUCATIONAL ROUTINES | CURRICULUM ISSUES | INDIVIDUAL EDUCATION PLANS | INCLUSIVE EDUCATION | SOCIAL INTERACTION | DOWN SYNDROMESummary: Gives an overview of the characteristic communication problems associated with Down syndrome and how they affect children in school. Explores the best strategies for adapting schoolwork and improving teacher-student communication. Also includes tips on how to adapt curriculum, spoken instructions, written assignments and classroom routines to meet the needs of students with Down syndrome. Covers augmentative communication methods for children who use little or no speech, as well as methods for enhancing conservation and social communication between children with Down syndrome and their peers.
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Gives an overview of the characteristic communication problems associated with Down syndrome and how they affect children in school. Explores the best strategies for adapting schoolwork and improving teacher-student communication. Also includes tips on how to adapt curriculum, spoken instructions, written assignments and classroom routines to meet the needs of students with Down syndrome. Covers augmentative communication methods for children who use little or no speech, as well as methods for enhancing conservation and social communication between children with Down syndrome and their peers.

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