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Coherent Speech Development in Primary School Children with Hearing Impairments

Mikhail Simkin, Irina Maltseva
Bulletin of Kemerovo State University. Series: Humanities and Social Sciences , Volume 2020; doi:10.21603/2542-1840-2020-4-1-38-46

Abstract: The research featured various theoretical approaches to understanding coherent speech as a complex process in psychological and pedagogical aspects. The article focuses on characteristics of coherent speech in primary school children with normal speech development vs. those with hearing impairment. The subject of the research was the technology of coherent speech development in hearing-impaired primary schoolers. The research objective was to identify, prove, and verify the possibility of developing coherent speech in primary school children with hearing problems. A set of experiments measured and described the qualitative and qualitative parameters of coherent speech in primary school children according to specific auditory analyzer deficits. Coherent speech in hearing-impaired primary school children revealed a variety of speech disorders, which manifested themselves in a different ratio of semantic and lexical and grammatical errors at the sentence and text level. The authors propose several technologies of coherent speech development, including picture-aided storytelling, making riddles, fairy tales, and stories based on personal experience. The research proved that the coherent speech development methods should take into account the specifics of hearing impairments.
Keywords: primary school children / HEARING IMPAIRED / speech development / Coherent Speech

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