Teaching Strategies for Students with Expressive Language Disorders


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What is 'expressive language disorder'?

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1. What type of communication is best to use with student who experience expressive language disorder?

2. Your desk has a basket with many miniature figurines of common items around the school (like a book, a water fountain, a ball, and other common things found in the school). By having these items available on your desk, you are using what type of method to assist students with expressive language disorder?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Expressive language disorder can have a profound effect on a student's ability to communicate thoughts and thus impact his/her performance in the classroom. This quiz/worksheet assessment has been assembled to assess your understanding of this disorder and how you can help students affected by it.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Take this assessment to determine how well you understand:

  • Effects of expressive language disorder
  • How to communicate with students with expressive language disorder
  • Different strategies and practices you can use to help students with expressive language disorder

Skills Practiced

Some of the skills tested with this assessment include:

  • Defining key concepts - ensure that you can accurately define main phrases, such as expressive language disorder and concrete methods
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about expressive language disorder and how to help students with it
  • Making connections - use you understanding of the concept of expressive language disorder

Additional Learning

The lesson that accompanies this assessment, Teaching Strategies for Students with Expressive Language Disorders, will help you review the topics covered in this assessment as well as:

  • How expressive language disorder can affect students
  • Ways of detecting expressive language disorder
  • Details about how different instructional techniques can help support students with expressive language disorder