Child Language Disability: Semantic and pragmatic difficulties

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Kay Mogford-Bevan, Jane Sadler
Multilingual Matters, Jan 1, 1991 - Family & Relationships - 102 pages
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Rising recognition of semantic and pragmatic disabilities in children with specific language impairment has created a demand for a satisfactory framework and suitable methods for assessment and remediation. Work in tackling these problems is at an early stage. This book reports on progress in research and practice in a form accessible to professionals from a variety of backgrounds.
  

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Contents

Is There Such a Thing as Conversational Disability?
18
The Case for a Semantic Curriculum
43
How Can We Study Pragmatic Disabilities?
59
A Teachers and A Speech Therapists Approach
75
Index
101
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