Using Photography to Enhance Language and Learning A Picture Can Encourage a Thousand Words Clinical Exchange
Clinical Exchange  |   January 01, 1998
Using Photography to Enhance Language and Learning
 
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  • Nancy J. Tarulli
    Private Practice, Dover, MA
  • Contact author: Nancy J. Tarulli, 24 Donnelly Drive, Dover, MA 02030.
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Development / School-Based Settings / Normal Language Processing / Attention, Memory & Executive Functions / Clinical Exchange
Clinical Exchange   |   January 01, 1998
Using Photography to Enhance Language and Learning
Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, January 1998, Vol. 29, 54-57. doi:10.1044/0161-1461.2901.54
History: Received January 18, 1996 , Accepted March 31, 1997
 
Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, January 1998, Vol. 29, 54-57. doi:10.1044/0161-1461.2901.54
History: Received January 18, 1996; Accepted March 31, 1997

Speech-language pathologists often face the challenge of engaging children with language and learning disabilities in active conversation that allows opportunities to develop more elaborate linguistic and discourse abilities. School-based speech-language pathologists often search for tools that will aid them in creating meaningful and effective techniques in their work with an emphasis on: developing therapy plans that reflect more natural language environments; collaboration with classroom teachers on curriculum and communication skills objectives; and involvement of parents in the treatment program.

ACKNOWLEDGMENT
I would like to extend my thanks to all the parents, teachers, and specialists who collaborated with me in this work over the years. Their enthusiasm and encouragement was instrumental in the success and pleasure derived from the photography projects we collaborated on to complete.
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