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A SIMPLE TEACHER INTERVENTION PROGRAM FOR THE REMEDIATION OF THE MISARTICULATED "L" IN A PRESCHOOL CHILD'S SPEECH

Thomas A. Radgowski, Patricia S. Douglas, K. Eileen Allen and Judith M. LeBlanc
Education and Treatment of Children
Vol. 1, No. 4 (Summer 1978), pp. 15-21
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/42900241
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A SIMPLE TEACHER INTERVENTION PROGRAM FOR THE REMEDIATION OF THE MISARTICULATED "L" IN A PRESCHOOL CHILD'S SPEECH
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Abstract

This study demonstrated how a classroom teacher used simple behavioral intervention procedures to remediate a misarticulated "I" in a preschool child's speech. Daily data collection during a 15 minute preacademic period showed that prompts and verbal reinforcers resulted in an increase from 10% to 93% correct "I" responses. These results suggest the potential efficacy of classroom-based techniques to improve children's articulation.

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