Child Language Development: Learning to Talk
This book has been written for use by early childhood teachers, nursery nurses, special education teachers and others who want to help children who are experiencing difficulties in the early stages of language acquisition. It sets out guidelines for assessing children's current language skills and increasing their level of communicative competence through appropriate learning experiences.
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Preliminary Skills Programme Level 1
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