OUTLINE Lesson 2Expressive Language CharacteristicsMore Strategies for the Classroom. EXPRESSIVE LANGUAGE. Students with ASD often have substantial delays and differences in expressive language. (Paul, 2007; ASHA, 2006).Students with ASD who develop speech typically use language that is sparse and repetitive. They often use expressive language for limited purposes, mostly to request or protest.Potential classroom application: Acknowledge and respond to all communicative attempts. Use 9452 - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
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