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ERIC Number: ED063840
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Some Implications of Research on Normal Language Acquisition for the Disadvantaged Child.
Doyle, Michael
It is not possible to outline a "system" of education which could be applied to all children with language handicaps. Each child with a language deviation will provide his own model and his own system of educational needs based upon the extent to which he is atypical in his language development. The disadvantaged child lacks the language facility which is necessary for independent thinking and problem solving; along with vocabulary and grammar, the child must be taught how to manipulate words into meaningful thought processes. Several learning activities are discussed here. (Author/VM)
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