Language Disorders and Classroom Strategies

EDZU 9982 (3 credits / 45 hours)

Location: Online
Instructor: Melissa Palombini

Start Date: 12/09/2020
End Date: 01/12/2021

Course Syllabus


Language is made up of a variety of components including phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics. A disruption in any one of these five areas can have an impact on a child’s learning in the classroom. Do you have students in your classroom who have difficulty following a conversation, or difficulty executing commands you present? Children with impaired language may have difficulty with phonological awareness, following directions, expressing themselves using clear concise thoughts, vocabulary, and social skills. This course will enable participants working with children in elementary school through high-school to understand key components of a language disorder, how that may impact a child in the classroom, and what strategies can be used to assist with optimal learning in school.

    

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Completion of this course taken for CTLE in-service credit will provide a New York State Verification of Hours Certificate from NYCTD, Inc.



Teachers enrolled in this course will...

Know

  1. The five key components of language
  2. The definition and characteristics of a language disorder
  3. The impact a language disorder has on learning
 

Understand

  1. How the key language components relate to learning
  2. The assessment process for students with a suspected language disorder
  3. What strategies can be used in the classroomand To Be Able To
 

and Be Able To

  1. Identify a struggling student
  2. Implement strategies (teacher) to improve student performance
  3. Implement strategies (student) to improve student performance

and much, much more!

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