Students who have difficulty with intelligibility may be unable to deliver a message devoid of speech errors which could include a lack of speech fluency, speech errors, or lack of correct enunciation or pronunciation of words. Speech fluency is the product of mental skills such as retrieval of knowledge and physical motor skills involving correct functioning and use of the vocal cords, tongue, mouth, and lips to produce speech.
- How do you communicate most successfully?
- Do you use technology to communicate? If so, what communication device do you use?
- What accommodations or strategies have been effective in the past?
- American Speech-Language-Hearing Association: What is Language? What is Speech?
- American Speech-Language-Hearing Association: Stuttering
- Donsbach, Wolfgang (ed). The International Encyclopedia of Communication. Blackwell Publishing, 2008. Speech Fluency and Speech Errors. Kyle James Tusing. Blackwell Reference Online. 27 July 2010
- National Institutes of Health, Medline Plus: Speech Disorders
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