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Children's receptive language development, however, was found to be significantly, positively correlated with overall shared reading quality, r(23) = .
Third, children's receptive language skills were found to have direct effects on their social skills ([beta] = 0.
Analysis of the expressive and receptive language characteristics of emotionally handicapped students served in public school settings.
Addressing speech and language needs in Nottinghamshire * In Nottinghamshire, every family receives guidance on communication development from the health visiting team * The Healthy Child programme two-year check includes a parent-interview language screen, developed with speech and language therapists * The screen is linked to leaflets for the health visitor or community nursery nurse to talk through with the family * If the areas of receptive language or vocabulary are highlighted as 'red' by the screen, families are offered enhanced support from a home talk worker, who can provide sixweekly home visits to focus on play and language * Any child with an expressive vocabulary of fewer than 10 words is referred for a full speech and language therapy assessment
Earlier bedtime predicted significantly higher scores at age 4 years on receptive language, literacy, phonologic awareness, and early math, but not expressive language.
Superbly recorded productions enhanced with the utilization of rhymes incorporated with pop, jazz, folk, rap, swing, reggae, and world music styles, this creative and innovative series includes "Move" (focusing on receptive language skills necessary to understand directions); "Sing" (emphasizing expressive language), "Play" (employing simple rhythm instruments, body percussion, and movement promoting auditory discrimination and processing); "Mixing It Up" (incorporating moving, singing, and playing).
BANGKOK, THAILAND--Expressive and receptive language abilities are lower in 3-year-olds who were exposed to sodium valproate in utero than in children exposed to other individual antiepileptic drugs during gestation, according to a subanalysis of the Neurodevelopmental Effects of Antiepileptic Drugs study.
Receptive language plays a critical role in the development of speech.
BANGKOK, THAILAND--Expressive and receptive language abilities are significantly poorer in 3-year-olds who were exposed to sodium valproate in utero than they are in children who were exposed to other individual antiepileptic drugs during gestation, based on a subanalysis of the Neurodevel-opmental Effects of Antiepileptic Drugs study.
Her students may recognize these words as part of the receptive language that they have built up, but they often can't use the words properly.