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14 Strategies to Help Students Who Talk Dysfluently

Spread the loveAre you looking for strategies to help students who talk dysfluently? If so, keep reading. 1. Throughout moments of dysfluency, use non-oral learning activities to relax the learner. 2. Praise the learner for speaking fluently: (a) give the learner a concrete reward (e.g., privileges such as leading the line, handing out learning materials, 10 minutes of free time, etc.) or (b) give the learner an informal reward (e.g., praise, handshake, smile, etc.). 3. Get the learner’s hearing reviewed if it has not been recently reviewed. 4. Conference with the learner’s parents to ascertain the level of dysfluency at […]

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