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Social Communication Skills

34 pages, soft cover with staple binding

Social Communication Skills, written by a speech-language pathologist, provides a succinct and useful introduction to understanding and supporting students with compromised social communication skills.

Topics in this booklet include:

  • definition of pragmatic language/social communication
  • areas affected by pragmatic language disorder
  • why pragmatic language skills are essential
  • suggestions for teaching ten key pragmatic language skills
  • opportunities to teach pragmatic language skills outside the classroom
  • recommended reading and online resource

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About the Author

Linda Gross

Linda is a certified speech-language pathologist who has been practicing since 1988. Throughout her career, she has worked in clinical and public school settings evaluating and treating individuals with a variety of communication disorders. Linda joined Landmark High School as the expressive language program director in 1994, transitioning into a consultation role in this program in 2003. Linda has also been a Landmark Outreach Program faculty member since 1996, consulting to public schools, as well as teaching face-to-face and online graduate-level courses. Her expertise is in child and adolescent expressive language disorders with a particular focus on social communication skills.

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