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Language impairment in bilingual children workshop, Friday 23 June

Language impairment in bilingual children workshop

Over the course of this week, the Centre for Literacy and Multilingualism (CeLM) has hosted a series of special events that focus on the challenges and opportunities associated with multilingualism. 

On Friday 23 June, the team will host a special free workshop bringing together researchers and practitioners from France, the UK, and the USA.

Language impairment in bilingual children’ will address the challenge of identifying language impairment in bilingual children. It will illustrate assessment material for bilingual children, explore the use of parent and teacher interviews, standardized tests, and narrative language sampling to support clinical decision making regarding diagnosis and intervention processes. 

Attendees will interpret standardized test data and use assessment protocols for making decisions based on language sampling that can be employed in everyday practice with bilingual children. 

The session is aimed at professionals working within the sector, but is open to all University staff and students interested in the field.  

Please book a place in advance.   

Event details

Language impairment in bilingual children: Research & Clinical Practice in France, the UK, and the USA

Date: Friday 23 June 

Time: 10:00 – 16:00

Location: Building L022, Room G01, London Road campus

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