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Comprehensive Literacy Instruction, Interprofessional Collaborative Practice, and Students With Severe Disabilities

Erickson, K. A. (2017). Comprehensive Literacy Instruction, Interprofessional Collaborative Practice, and Students With Severe Disabilities. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology26(2), 193-205.

Praktisk artikel som beskriver metoder för att stödja elever läs- och skrivutvecklingen hos personer med stora funktionsnedsättningar. Bra översikt över metoder från att uppmuntra elever att överhuvudtaget intressera sig för böcker till att lära ut stavning och läsförståelse. 

Abstract:

Purpose: The purpose of this clinical focus article is to briefly describe comprehensive emergent and conventional literacy instruction for students with severe disabilities. Specific attention is given to interprofessional collaborative practice and the roles of team members in planning and delivering instruction.

Method: A rationale for the delivery of comprehensive instruction that balances skill and meaning emphases is provided with reference to new college and career readiness standards, the literature on literacy acquisition for students without disabilities, and, when possible, the literature on literacy acquisition for students with severe disabilities. Specific instructional approaches are presented to demonstrate how teams can actively engage students with severe disabilities in instruction that is collaborative, participatory, and interactive.

Results/Conclusions: Successful provision of comprehensive literacy instruction that allows students with severe disabilities to achieve conventional literacy takes time and the efforts of a collaborative interprofessional team. Speechlanguage pathologists play a critical role on these teams as they ensure that students with severe disabilities have the language and communication supports they need to be successful.

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