Importance Of Reading Strategies For A Child

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The clinician will utilize intervention strategies that are appropriate for the child in order to help the child develop skills that will enhance her reading. In order for a child to engage in reading there is several areas that the child must excel in. These areas include phonemic awareness, print concepts, alphabetic awareness, oral language, reading rates (Nelson, 2010). According to American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA) a speech language pathologist can indirectly and directly incorporate reading intervention into therapy (Nelson, 2010). The clinician will utilize The Embedded Explicit Approach to help the patient’s readings skills and increase the patient expressive language in which the CELF-4 demonstrated. This approach is used by speech language pathologist, and any professionals that are part of the interdisciplary team that …show more content…
1. Short Term Goal: Within 36 instructional weeks, during a variety of naturalistic environments Tina will follow two step commands in 4 out of 5 trials over 3 consecutive sessions
2. Short Term Goal: Within 36 instructional weeks, given visual cues, Tina will identify functional vocabulary across various categories (i.e body parts, clothing, food, household items etc.) in 80% of opportunities and over 3 consecutive sessions.
EXPRESSIVE LANGUAGE
Long Term Goal: The patient will use morphological and appropriate syntactic structures and increase MLU in spontaneous language in naturalistic environments.
1. Short Term Goal: Within 36 instructional weeks, during a variety of naturalistic environments Tina will use regular and irregular past tense verb form and 3-4 word combinations over 3 consecutive sessions.
2. Short Term Goal: Within 36 instructional weeks, given moderate verbal cues, Tina will formulate grammatically correct sentences through play, with 80% accuracy.
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