Definition of terms:. Language: a socially shared code or conventional system for representing concepts through the use of arbitrary symbols and rule-governed combinations of those symbols. (Shames, Wiig,
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Receptive and Expressive Language Disability
--American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 1993
The student may have difficulty in some or all of the following areas:
Some instructional strategies for students’ processing/production errors:
Instructor’s request: Use lunge in a sentence.
Student’s response: The students lunged around all day.
Student said:Meant to say:Type of error:
point him to the office appoint dropped prefix
containment container added incorrect derivational ending
unfilm develop attempted to work with negative prefix
I broken I broke confused present perfect/past tense
Doesn’t supposed to be isn’t… confused linking verbs
Mouses mice overgeneralized rule for plurals
I brang I brought overgeneralized an irregular verb form
--Elisabeth Wiig and Eleanor Semel (1984) Language Assessment & Intervention for the Learning Disabled, 2nd Edition. Pragmatics goals from Barbara Weinrich, et al. Pragmatics for Adolescents in the Classroom and Charlann Simon’s Evaluating Communicative Competence (1994).
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