Special Educational Needs: Developing Speech & Language

Special Needs Language Development

The use of language is a critical component which lies at the heart of learning in its broadest sense. It is essential to human thought, communication and social interaction, allowing the transmission of ideas, concepts and understandings, and also serving as the principal means by which individuals order their own social experience and conduct their social relationship with others. Furthermore, as Meighan notes, children developing their own language skills soon begin to notice the detail of how others communicate:

‘… the linguistic rules they seem to obey, the styles to which they appear to conform, and the particular symbols they employ to describe the world,’ and use these observations to shape their own speech.

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