Language Differences vs. Disorders
Contrast language difference with language disorder for the purpose of determining whether a child from a culturally and/or linguistically diverse (CLD) background is a typical or atypical language learner.
Describe the influence of culture on learning and behavior, with particular emphasis on the educational context.
Cultural Influences on Diagnosis
Identify cultural factors (e.g., interactional styles) that may influence assessment outcomes and give the appearance of impairment.
Describe several intervention procedures that would be effective with students with language impairment from CLD backgrounds.
Bilingual Language Learning
Demonstrate knowledge of typical second language learning processes.