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This Chapter discusses the value of oral communication Learning disabilities make up the largest single category of exceptional learners Speech and language Impairments has been around for centuries Speechlanguage pathologist SLP were professionals who worked in schools they diagnosed a treat students with speech and language impairments Language Impairments can be more serious than Speech Impairments because they affect all aspects of a students classroom experiences Students with language impairments may struggle following a teachers instruction understand a class lecture or in interpreting behavior Some children may have Co-existing disabilities eg learning disabilities and language disorders which mean students may have multiple disabilities Learning disabilities can be prevented by taking the right nutritional supplement proper prenatal care is the most important to the health of the babies As a teacher Instructional Accommodations will be needed to be meet such as first step making a difference for these students is being aware that they have a special need The Second step is recognizing that many of these students benefit greatly even when some simple methods-creating more opportunities for students to talk about academic content reviewing difficult vocabulary before and after each day assignment Finally is creating a language-sensitive environment classroom where language development is fostered and all the students needs are supported Technology plays an important part in assisting instruction and it helps in everyday life it allows individuals to speak who do not have the ability to technology is allowing individuals who have learning disabilities to communicate their needs
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