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Amanda Tragueta Ferreira-Vasques ;Revista CEFAC 2015, 17 5

Autor: Dionísia Aparecida Cuisn Lamônica

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Revista CEFAC ISSN: 1516-1846 revistacefac@cefac.br Instituto Cefac Brasil Cuisn Lamônica, Dionísia Aparecida; Tragueta Ferreira-Vasques, Amanda COMMUNICATIVE AND LEXICAL SKILLS IN CHILDREN WITH DOWN SYNDROME: REFLECTIONS FOR INCLUSION IN SCHOOL Revista CEFAC, vol.
17, núm.
5, septiembre-octubre, 2015, pp.
1475-1482 Instituto Cefac São Paulo, Brasil Available in: http:--www.redalyc.org-articulo.oa?id=169342586012 How to cite Complete issue More information about this article Journals homepage in redalyc.org Scientific Information System Network of Scientific Journals from Latin America, the Caribbean, Spain and Portugal Non-profit academic project, developed under the open access initiative 1475 COMMUNICATIVE AND LEXICAL SKILLS IN CHILDREN WITH DOWN SYNDROME: REFLECTIONS FOR INCLUSION IN SCHOOL Habilidades comunicativas e lexicais de crianças com síndrome de Down: reflexões para inclusão escolar Dionísia Aparecida Cuisn Lamônica (1), Amanda Tragueta Ferreira-Vasques (1) ABSTRACT Purpose: to investigate the communicative and expressive lexical performance of children with Down syndrome and reflect on how the understanding of interfering factors in the learning process can contribute to better adaptation of these children at school.
Methods: the proposed sample was 60 children, but after analysis of the inclusion criteria, involving 20 children, 10 with Down syndrome and 10 with typical neurodevelopment, age between 36 and 62 months, and matched according to gender, chronological age and socioeconomic status.
Procedures: interview with family members, Observing the Communicative Behavior and Child Language Test ABFW-Vocabulary Part B.
Data analysis was performed using descriptive statistics and application of the test “t” Student (p ≤ 0.05). Results: indicated a statistically significant difference for the production of words and phrases, narrative, attention span, usual verbal designation and not name.
For replacement processes the statistica...





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