Skills required for 

Expressive

​Expressive language refers to speaking or producing language (Balanced Literacy Diet, 2018). Expressive language challenges may result from a variety of specific impairments, including: physical challenges that result in difficulties with speech production, lack of vocabulary knowledge, or challenges with the structure of language. Consultation with a Speech-Language Pathologist or Psychologist is recommended in order to assess and accommodate for receptive language challenges.

Academic Skill Domains

It can be easy to overlook how many different skills are needed for even simple schoolwork. The following list includes all the skills required to perform the task you selected. Once you pick a primary skill domain, like reading, you will see a list of all the subskills that make up reading. 

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Academic Intervention Lab

Department of Applied Psychology and Human Development

Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, Toronto, ON M5S 1V6, Canada
     Email: academicinterventionlab@utoronto.ca

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