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Episode Info: In this episode, Gus Marwieh (Host), Jill Harriman, Speech-Language Pathologist at Big Sky Pediatric Therapy (Guest), and Richard Hurley, Owner Hurley Piano (Guest), discusses the following topics: 1) The connection between language and Literacy 2) The parts of language that is involved in the process of learning to read 3) Exploring the understanding of Phonology, Articulation, Morphology, Language Comprehension, & Pragmatics as they relate to the learning process 4) Learning to read – what is appropriate for what age 5) Are schools or parents pushing their kids before they are ready to read 6) The importance of being read to, comprehending the concept of print, and the importance of relating to letter/sound discrimination 7) Understanding the link between language/articulation disorders and the difficult of learning to read/spell 8) Discussing speech red flags. 9) Understanding interventions, phonemic awareness/phonological, letter/sound connection 10) How does Language and Literacy become comprehensive for a child or patient
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