Teaching Students with Language and Communication Disabilities
Designed for special education teachers, this text contains numerous case studies illustrating the impact of language disorders on students and on classrooms. The book includes descriptions of language disabilities by category of disability, and contains activities for group or individual projects.
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Understanding Language and Communication
Language and Language Disorders
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