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  • SLPs, Literacy, and Inclusion
    "Inclusion" can cause major stress, in fact, change can be very difficult! But in our quest for improved education, we research and open our minds to newer ideas. Though SLPs may have come from a more medical model, we're part of this exploration too. The question becomes, "change how"? As a Speech Language Pathologist, I feel strongly that direct instruction, either individual or small group, is important for children who need profound growth in their speech and language skills - the kindergartners and first graders who can't be understood, can't make a sentence, can't form a simple question or relate a simple event.
    (Added: Tue Jan 01 2002)
  • Wyoma Clouss' Reading & Writing, Literacy & Language Page
    Ask me what you can do to help your child develop better language skills - my answer is Read to them!, .. as infants, as kindergarteners, as fourth graders .. Read to them!! Talk to them!! Read to them some more!!!
    (Added: Tue Jan 01 2002)