Supporting speech, language and communication needs (SLCN) in the classroom

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Supporting speech, language and communication needs (SLCN) in the classroom

This is a free course demonstrating some of the key aspects in supporting speech, language, and communication needs within the classroom environment

Key concepts covered include:

Introduction:

  • What is communication and how can it go wrong?
  • What impact do Speech, Language and Communication Difficulties (SLCN) have on a young person?
  • How can we identify speech, language and communication needs in the classroom (SLCN)?
  • The universal, targeted and specialist approach to supporting SLCN.
  • Our top 6 strategies for supporting students with SLCN in the classroom.

Receptive language difficulties

  • What are receptive language difficulties?
  • What does it feel like to have receptive language difficulties?
  • How can we identify students with receptive language difficulties?
  • How can we adapt our language to support a student with receptive language difficulties?
  • How can we support students to ask for help?
  • How can we help students to learn new information?
  • What small group interventions could we set up to support students with receptive language difficulties?

Expressive language difficulties

  • What are expressive language difficulties?
  • What does it feel like to have expressive language difficulties?
  • How can we identify students with expressive language difficulties?
  • Supporting students to use their expressive language skills?
  • Supporting students to structure their spoken language.
  • Supporting students to find the right words.

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