SLP Course Details
Course # 3505
Speech and Language Development, Assessment and Intervention with Bilingual Children
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Course Learning OutcomesPreview Exam
- As a result of this Continuing Education Activity, readers will be able to describe differences between the speech sound and grammatical structure of English and non-English languages.
- As a result of this Continuing Education Activity, readers will be able to describe some of the common first-language (L1) based influences that clinicians might see in the emerging English language skills of typically developing child second language lea
- As a result of this Continuing Education Activity, readers will be able to describe the normal process of first and second language acquisition for typically developing bilingual child speakers.
- As a result of this Continuing Education Activity, readers will be able to list key principles and considerations associated with the assessment of speech and language skills in bilingual child populations, including those associated with the differentiat
- As a result of this Continuing Education Activity, readers will be able to state key considerations associated with the delivery of speech-language intervention services to children from bilingual language backgrounds.
|5-30 Minutes||Phonological and grammatical differences between English and non-English languages|
|30-60 Minutes||Normal first and second language acquisition in bilingual child speakers|
|60-115 Minutes||Key considerations associated with the delivery of speech and language intervention services to bilingual child populations|
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Toya A. Wyatt, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Dr. Toya Wyatt is an associate professor in the Communicative Disorders program at California State University, Fullerton. Dr. Wyatt's primary areas of teaching and research focus on the language development, assessment and delivery of services to young children from diverse cultural and language backgrounds with a primary focus on African American and bilingual child populations. She is the author of several publications focusing on multicultural child language development and assessment concerns and has given numerous presentations on these topics to various university, educational and other professional organizations around the country. Dr. Wyatt is a fellow of both the California Speech-Language-Hearing and American Speech-Language Hearing Associations. She holds a B.S. and M.A. in Speech-Language Pathology from Northwestern University and a Ph.D. in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
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