Le langage oral à portée de la main

By Minor-Corriveau, Michèle.; Association canadienne des orthophonistes et audiologistes Last updated 2024/05/24


Created by speech-language pathologists, for teachers and speech-language pathologists, with the primary objective of exemplifying the importance of developing strong oral language skills for literacy and academic success. It is intended for teachers and speech therapists working in schools. This resource discusses the links between oral language, literacy, evidence-based practice, differentiated instruction, links to resources and key information. Chapters on phonological awareness, vocabulary, word and text structure, comprehension and inference, and teacher-orthophonist partnerships address how to teach and learn these language skills from an interdisciplinary collaborative perspective.

Curriculum Connection

1. Curriculum Context B1. Oral and Non-Verbal Communication

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