A Word About Word Order

November 6, 2012 by - 2 Comments

A Word About Word Order
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Lots of AAC learners make mistakes when they assemble words into sentences. Here is a brief screencast talking a little bit about what to think about when providing therapy to individuals with syntax errors.


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  • Stacey says:

    I’m happy to report that C is getting more modelling at school and because of that he is much less resistant when I model for him at home. In fact, he’s really eager to have me model more words for him. He’s doing a great job expanding his vocabulary. The word order is still an issue but I’m not sweating it. I just keep modelling for him and feeling grateful that he seems to be in a spurt of language development! Thanks for putting this podcast together – of course I saw it when you first posted it but it’s a helpful reminder not to sweat the small stuff too much.

    • Carole Zangari Carole Zangari says:

      Stacey, thanks for stopping by to let us know. That’s really great to hear! We’re in 100% agreement-celebrate that burst of language development. I’m working on syntax now with some older kids, but it ALWAYS takes a backseat to meaning.

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