|Spanish was the primary language of 79% of students with limited English proficiency. Increasingly, SLPs are realizing the need to learn more about bilingual speech and language development to enhance their ability to provide services to their bilingual students. This course provides a conceptual framework of bilingual development that will help SLPs distinguish between typical and atypical phonological patterns of Spanish-speaking children learning English. Participants will be able to:
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