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What are the roles and responsibilities of speech-language pathologists (SLPs) to students’ written language needs? Many students with communication disorders also have reading and writing disabilities (including dyslexia) or are at risk for developing them. School administrators and classroom teachers may not recognize the vital role SLPs play in literacy development. This video seminar with speech-language pathologist Carolee Dean outlines the roles, responsibilities, and ethical considerations of SLPs in working with students with written language challenges and explains the relationship between oral and written language. Dean explains how to identify children at risk, discusses the role of the SLP in assessing reading and writing, and considers such evidence-based strategies for targeting the components of spoken and written language as phonology, morphology, semantics, syntax, and pragmatics and discourse. Dean also looks at ethical and professional considerations.
Length: 123 minutes
Copyright date: ©2020
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