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Commun Sci Disord. 2003;8(3): 40-68.
The Effects of Milieu Teaching Procedures on the Spoken Language of Children with Autism
Ui Jung Kim` , and Hye Sung Choi`
Copyright ©2003 The Korean Academy of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology
김의정(Ui Jung Kim)| 최혜승(Hye Sung Choi)
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This study examined the effects of milieu teaching procedures on the spoken language of three children with autism. Participants were in the early stage of spoken language development. A multiple probe design across participants was used to investigate the functional relationship between the milieu teaching procedures and early functional spoken language. Results indicated that all participants acquired their language targets upon the implementation of milieu teaching procedures. The participants generalized the use of the acquired language skills to their teacher or teaching assistant and maintained their target language skills after the intervention was discontinued. Increases in the frequency of spontaneous use of language targets also were observed in all participants, especially in two of the three participants. The results of this present study, limitations, future research, and implications are discussed.
Keywords: 환경요법 | 구어 | 자폐아동 | milieu teaching | spoken language | children with autism
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