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Teaching Students with Communication Disorders

Author: Hodges Chelsea
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individuals who have difficulty with the verbal means of communication, students can think about, analyze, reflect on language, how they use language and how others use it, a person%27s ability to understand what is being communicated, teachers describe what students are doing or thinking, language technique used to build on the content of the student%27s language and provide additional information on the topic, stock of words, a person%27s abilty to convey the intended message, meaning or content of words and word combinations we are communicating, sounds of language, rules that detemine how those sounds fit together, teachers describe what they are doing or thinking, the smallest linguistic units of sound that can signal a meaning of difference, the flow and rhythm of language, quality of speech, including resonance, pitch, and intensity, students who demonstrate difficulties with exchanging knowledge, ideas, opinions, desires, and feelings, abstract concepts that require an inferential rather than literal interpretation, another name for word finding, production of speech sounds, the rule system that governs the structure of words and word forms, language technique used to facilitate the development of complex form and content, using the oral language you want students to use, the rules that govern the order of words in sentences, words students understand but might not use, how the social context contributes to language use, the smallest units of language that convey meaning, type of systems that are used to send and receive messages in ways other than speech, process of exchanging ideas, information, needs, and desires, students variation in communication styles,

Crossword words:
SPEECH DISORDERS, VOCABULARY, PHONEMES, ELABORATION, COMMUNICATION DISORDERS, VOICE, ARTICULATION, FIGUARTIVE LANGUAGE, REGISTER, PRAGMATICS, MORPHOLOGY, METALINGUISTICS, PARALLEL TALK, COMPREHENSION, AAC, SYNTAX, SEMANTICS, MORPHEMES, FLUENCY, SELF TALK, MODELING, PHONOLOGY, PRODUCTION, WORD RETRIEVAL, RECEPTIVE LANGUAGE, COMMUNICATION,