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TE 386 - Language Dev, Dys & Interv, Birth-8


This course centers on the critical years of language development (birth - age 8) and examines the role language development plays in all other developmental domains. Students will examine receptive and expressive language milestones, investigate typical and atypical development, classify the functions of language, complete on-going child assessments, develop parental guides and supports, and identify effective interventions for atypical language development. Examination of high-quality children’s literature and advocacy for policies that promote language development will be emphasized. Fieldwork is required in an early childhood setting. Selected course assignments demonstrate alignment with the elementary program courses: TE 316A , TE 316B , TE 430 , and TE 432 .

Requisites: Admission to the Elementary Teacher Education Program (Required, Previous).

Credits:4 cr



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