Oral Language Development: Language Foundations, Part I

Author:

Meghan Betz,Sheri Berkeley

Description:

In the first presentation of the Oral Language Development series, learners will explore the foundations of oral language. You will learn about Receptive language and Expressive language. You will also learn about the areas that comprise speech and language

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Content:

  1. Oral Language Development:
  2. Overview
  3. Overview
  4. Receptive and Expressive Language
  5. Why is learning about oral speech-language development important for educators?
  6. Why is learning about oral speech-language development important for educators?
  7. Areas of Oral Language
  8. Areas of Oral Language
  9. Phonology
  10. Phonology
  11. Important Concepts
  12. Important Concepts
  13. Important Concepts
  14. Important Concepts
  15. Important Concepts
  16. Important Concepts
  17. Important Concepts
  18. Important Concepts
  19. Practice
  20. Practice
  21. Practice
  22. Practice
  23. Morphology
  24. Morphology
  25. Morphology
  26. Morphology
  27. Morphology
  28. Morphology
  29. Syntax
  30. Syntax
  31. Areas of Oral Language
  32. Semantics
  33. Semantics
  34. Semantics
  35. Areas of Oral Language
  36. Pragmatics
  37. Use-Pragmatics
  38. Use-Pragmatics
  39. Use-Pragmatics
  40. Use-Pragmatics
  41. Why is learning about oral speech-language development important for educators?
  42. Information in this presentation compiled from the following sources:
  43. Appendix A-Graphics

Tag(s):

Communication/Language Mild/Moderate Disabilities