A principled account of preschool language intervention can be derived from the nature of language learning in general and from our under standing of the needs of language-disordered children in particular. This essay attempts to explicate these relationships. The guiding concepts of FIT, FOCUS, and FUNCTIONALITY are used to generate ten instructional strategies for language disordered children in all settings.
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