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The Influence which a Language-Interceding Type by means of Augmentative and Alternative Communication has upon the Linguistic-Acquisition of the Children with Severe Handicaps

  • Journal of Special Education: Theory and Practice
  • Abbr : JSPED
  • 2007, 8(4), pp.197-215
  • Publisher : Research Institute of the Korea Special Education
  • Research Area : Social Science > Education

Yeo,Kwang-Eung 1 박현옥 2 박선애 3

1대구대학교
2남부대학교
3한국우진학교

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ABSTRACT

In this study we investigate by comparing effects with pictorial symbol plates and Cheap Talk ACC. The conclusion which is based on the result and analysis of language - interceding in this study is as follows: First, on the occasion of language-interceding for the children with severe handicaps with to the type of vehicle of augmentative and alternative communication than writing cards shows the more meaningful effect on linguistic-acquisition during all proceeding period. Second, as the result of analyzing the effect of language-interceding with the type of the vehicle of augmentative and alternative communication and comparing by case of each child, for all three children ABC, the object of study, to language- intercede with Cheap Talk accompanied by the phonetic output than the pictorial symbol plate in the type of vehicle of augmentative and alternative communication exerts the more positive influence on linguistic acquisitions.The important point as we observe the result of this study is that in the investigation of baseline is that to language-intercede with the type of augmentative and alternative communication than writing cards shows the more effective result and to language-intercede with the Cheap Talk accompanied by a phonetic output than the pictorial symbol plates id the more effective on the children's with severe handicaps linguistic acquisition, so with reference to these results, to give education for the severe handicapped by means of engineering data can improve pupil's ability of linguistic acquisition.

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