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Why is it important to support and extend children and young people’s speech, language and communication development?. Speech, language and communication skills are vital building blocks for other areas of their development

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    1. Why is it important to support and extend children and young people’s speech, language and communication development? • Speech, language and communication skills are vital building blocks for other areas of their development • Speech, language and communication are central to children and young people’s ongoing development into adulthood • The impacts for children and young people who have difficulties with speech, language and communication are many and varied

    2. Speech, language and communication skills continue to be central to development and learning

    3. Activity 2d: What’s typical for a 2 year old?

    4. Activity 2d: What’s typical for a 2 year old? Answers

    5. The importance of speech, language and communciation development

    6. 10% • 34% EYFS • 50%

    7. Step 2. Universally speaking Universally speaking Whole class Information on what is typical across the age groups How to check out these skills in the classroom What to do to support communication in the classroom

    8. How do children and young people develop their speech, language and communication skills?

    9. Speech, Language and Communication Needs (SLCN) • Most children follow the expected pattern of development for their speech, language and communication at the expected times. Some, however, do not. These are described as having Speech, Language and Communication Needs - SLCN

    10. Recognising children and young people who may have SLCN • Recognising children and young people is based on • Having a good understanding of the ages and stages of speech, language and communication development • Observing and recording what a child can do, as well as the things they may find difficult • Considering speech, language and communication if a child or young person is having difficulties in ANOTHER area of their development or life • Getting the views of the child, young person and their parents • Using tools and resources to help you • Sharing any concerns with others

    11. Children and young learning more than one language • Children and young people do not have SLCN simply because they are learning more than one language. Additional language learning is not an indicator for SLCN, nor are limited English skills, where the home language is developing as expected • However, some children who are learning more than one language will have SLCN. • This is because developing speech, language and communication skills is difficult for them whatever the language and they would have difficulties whether they were learning 2 languages or one • It is really important to identify these children's needs, but it can be quite difficult

    12. Resources and tools • SLCF • Talking Point