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Effects of Teaching Partner-focused Questions on the Communicative Competence of a Student with Cerebral Palsy

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This poster will present findings of a study designed to investigate the effects of teaching partner-focused questions intervention on the communicative competence of a child with cerebral palsy using AAC. The research method is based on the multiple probe design across settings for a child with cerebral palsy. Results indicate the intervention program effected on the change of communicative interaction skills of the child using AAC, the various change of communicative functions, and the change of communicative role of the child using AAC. Implications with regards to importance of teaching partner-focused questions will be discussed.

Author(s):

Kyung-Im Han    
Changwan National University
Korea (Republic of)

Kyung-Mi Kim    
Seapulip daycare center for children with special needs
Korea (Republic of)

 

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