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Bilingual Spoken Language Development for Children Whose Home Language is Not English - Assessment and Intervention Considerations

Course: #1197Level: Intermediate1 Hour 39 Reviews
Recorded Webinar

The purpose of this presentation is to demonstrate that children with significant hearing loss can be bilingual, regardless of their educational landscape and how bilingual issues are integral to the audiologic management of the child. The course reviews considerations that need to be made by audiologists and other interventionists when working with families of these hearing impaired children when the home language is a language other than the majority language.


Course created on September 24, 2010

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Learning Outcomes

  • checkmarkParticipants will be able to identify terminology integral to multi-cultural learning environments
  • checkmarkParticipants will be able to describe key points to consider when evaluating children's bilingual progress
  • checkmarkParticipants will be able to discuss how bilingualism can be facilitated in different educational and home settings for children with hearing impairment
  • checkmarkParticipants will discuss strategies that can facilitate second language learning for children with hearing impairments


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