Language Skill Areas Combined Word Lists

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4 thoughts on “Language Skill Areas Combined Word Lists

  1. emily

    Let me just say your website is amazing and I commend you on taking the time to provide such a great resource. I really really appreciate it. I do have a question: where have you gotten your information for the developmental order of all the language concepts you list? Is it personal experience, based on a school’s curriculum, from research? If I use the lists I want to be prepared for when I am asked “Where does this information come from” I know “the internet” won’t cut it as a response!

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  2. Paul Post author

    Sorry for the delay in this response – I used my state’s (Nevada) benchmarks as much as I could, especially with curriculum vocabulary. I also used I think it was a book by Roseberry-Mckibben and Hodge – something about a comprehensive Praxis review (I don’t have it on me right now), Brown’s stages, and some of it was my own guesswork. The levels aren’t meant to be clear cut, just general guidelines to help direct my therapy.

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  3. krist

    I have been looking for a list like this for a very long time. Thanks for all the work that you have done!

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