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Type: Artigo
Title: Production Stories In The Context Of Children In Group With Intellectual Disability Diagnosis
Author: Sales
Sales De Cassia; Batista
Cecilia Guarnieri
Abstract: During the development of children's language, oral reproduction of a story heard by the child goes beyond a simple retelling of observations; it also includes elements of the experiences of the subject in your life (biography) and were socially and emotionally transformed into their experiences. The aim of this research was to describe aspects of the narrative functioning of children with intellectual disabilities and language disorders in interactive contexts. The participants were three children diagnosed with mild intellectual disability and language disorders in the age range of 7 to 12 years, enrolled in municipal schools and cared for in a specialized institution. Data collection was performed by means of video recordings of calls sessions in which developed the project "storytelling". The project was composed of the story-a story, representation scene or playful game related to the thematic elements of the story and finally, collective storytelling. The results showed the use of paralinguistic features gestural and visual for the children and the contribution of partners to enrich the narrative. The data showed the importance of the other (adult and partners) and the adaptation of resources to promote the development of children with intellectual disability diagnosis.
Subject: Language Development
Language Disorders
Language
Editor: Universidade Metodista de Piracicaba - UNIMEP
Piracicaba
Rights: aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.15600/2238-121X/comunicacoes.v23n3ep203-221
Address: https://www.metodista.br/revistas/revistas-unimep/index.php/comunicacoes/issue/view/197
Date Issue: 2016
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