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Abstract

Teaching Communication Skills to Preschool Children with Mild Intellectual Disabilities: An Evidence based Study

Children with mild intellectual disabilities have many limitations in language and communication. These barriers make it difficult for them to communicate and interact with other people. Helping children develop communication skills to integrate with the community and participate in activities with their peers in preschools is considered the goal in the educational organization of children with intellectual disabilities in preschool. Therefore, this article aims to synthesize and analyze research around the world and at the same time give some important conclusions about the teaching of communication skills to children with intellectual disabilities; the measuring of communication skills education for children with intellectual disabilities; and the relationship between play and the teaching of communication skills to children with mild intellectual disabilities. On that basis, it aims to orient preschool teachers as to how to support their children’s integration in preschools.


Author(s):

Dr. Ho Sy Hung*



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