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  • March 27, 2017
  • 12:05 PM
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Being multilingual in clinic

by Madalena Cruz-Ferreira in Being Multilingual

When we feel that we’re not feeling quite like ourselves, we may choose to consult a specialist in (un)well-being to find out what might be going on. Our decision will draw on what feeling well has felt like to us, which is our baseline for comparison. In order to decide that we’re unwell, in other words, we compare ourselves to ourselves.Children can’t make decisions of this kind on their own, so we adults will have to step in on their behalf. But who are ‘we’? We parents may resort t........ Read more »

Cruz-Ferreira, M. (2012) Sociolinguistic and cultural considerations when working with multilingual children. In S. McLeod . info:/

  • September 1, 2011
  • 08:22 AM
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Early intervention: What's not to like?

by Dorothy V M Bishop in bishopblog

Early intervention for language difficulties seems a good idea, but a recent randomised controlled trial shows the problem: many late-talking toddlers improve spontaneously... Read more »

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