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Chronological Age Referencing
The diagnosis of language disorder is accomplished by comparing a child's language ability to the language abilities that are expected for children his or her chronological age
Classroom Collaboration
Speech-Language Pathologists and classroom teachers work together to provide language intervention within the regular classroom setting
Discrepancy Modeling
The determination of a learning disability is based on a significant discrepancy between a child's IQ score (a measure of ability) and their scores on measures of achievement in the areas of speaking, listening, reading, writing, reasoning, and/or mathematics
Dyslexia
a language-based disorder characterized by difficulties in decoding words during reading. The child's reading problems usually reflect insufficient phonological processing.
Expository Texts
the language of academic textbooks. This type of language is used to teach or explain new information
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)
The federal law that provides federal funding for special education and regulates special education procedures.
Learning disability
a significant difficulty with the acquisition and use of one or more of the following abilities: listening, speaking, reading, writing, reasoning, mathematical computation or mathematical problem solving.
Literature-based language intervention
an approach to language intervention in which all the language therapy activities are related to a children's book
Maze
a repetition, a false start, or reformulation of a sentence
Metacognitive strategies
effortful actions that are used to learn new information (e.g. reading something twice, highlighting information in a textbook, making outlines that coincide with your notes from class, etc.)
Metalinguistic awareness
overt thinking about ones language knowledge. One aspect of metalinguistic awareness, called phonological awareness, has been shown to be critical for literacy development
Phonological awareness
a type of metalinguistic awareness. Phonological awareness is the ability to identify the phoneme structure of words (e.g. ball begins with a /b/)
Public Law 94-142,
the Education of All Handicapped Children Act of 1975
the 1st law that guaranteed a free appropriate public education in the least restrictive environment to all children with disabilities and that provided funding for special education activities
Transcript
a written record of the language that was used during a language sample
Section 504
a law passed in 1973 that prohibited public schools from discriminating against children with disabilities in any way