Language Development and Assessment for Practitioners
Serves as a general introduction to the study of language acquisition and assessment. Principles of typical and atypical first and second language acquisition will be examined. Students will read and explore how theoretical viewpoints and evidence-based practice influences their approach to acquisition and assessment of typical and atypical language development. Students will gain "explicit" knowledge in language assessment and analysis techniques of natural speech.
*This is a fully online course however, there is a mandatory, live chat component for one hour per week.*
Note: Matriculated students MUST register using their MyCsusm portal.
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