Teaching Students with Disabilities: Speech and Language Impairments
Horticulture Professor Balasubramanian Rathinasabapathi (Saba), writing on a chalkboard.
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Speech and Language Impairments


How to Cite

Colclasure, Blake C., Andrew C. Thoron, and Sarah E. LaRose. 2016. “Teaching Students With Disabilities: Speech and Language Impairments: AEC601/WC263, 8/2016”. EDIS 2016 (6). Gainesville, FL:3. https://doi.org/10.32473/edis-wc263-2016.


This publication is one of the seven new articles that have been published in the Teaching Students with Disabilities series. This series provides useful information to ag-ed based instructors about different disabilities and how to teach those students in the unique environments posed by ag-ed, including classroom, laboratory, and non-formal environments. Written by Blake C. Colclasure, Andrew C. Thoron, and Sarah E. LaRose, and published by the Department of Agricultural Education and Communication, August 2016.

AEC601/WC263: Teaching Students with Disabilities: Speech and Language Impairments (ufl.edu)

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Special Education Support Service. Strategies for Learning and Teaching. Retrieved from http://www.sess.ie/categories/specific-speech-and-language-disorders/receptive-language-disorder/tips-learning-and-teac

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