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Title: Programa de estimulación del lenguaje oral: la perspectiva docente en el aula de educación infantil
Author: Escribano Ferrer, Patricia
Tutor: Marczyk, Anna
Abstract: Alterations and articulation disorders of speech are very frequent in the child population and an appropriate early intervention can prevent many alterations or even correct certain disorders in a natural way. That is why specialized teachers in Early Childhood Education must know these aspects and give them the interest they deserve within their classroom. Currently, in the educational centers of the Valencian Community, an Oral Language Stimulation Plan (known as PELO) is being carried out pretending that the counselors of this stage apply linguistic stimulation practices in their classrooms. Therefore, we have tried to find out which language stimulation practices are applied by Early Childhood Education teachers by comparing them to those used by Hearing and Language specialists. In order to discover it, we have created some questionnaires addressed to both specialists through which we tried to obtain information about specific aspects of how these professionals work with oral language stimulation in the infant stage. The results have shown many similarities in their way of working, but also many differences, which shows that the counselors of second cycle of Early Childhood Education know the importance of speech and language development at these ages, but are not specialists in Hearing and Language and therefore are not fully aware of the activities to be carried out through the PELO.
Keywords: hearing and language
infant education/kindergarten
Document type: info:eu-repo/semantics/masterThesis
Issue Date: 2-Mar-2021
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