The EARLI program stands for “Expressive and Receptive Language Individualization.” This resource guide provides lessons in language development for preschoolers. Volume 1 helps facilitate children’s efficient and appropriate use of words verbally. The first part of the EARLI program focuses on receptive communication, whereas Volume 2 focuses on expressive. Sequenced lessons in language development can help improve young children’s skills.
Mann presents the activities with illustrations to engage the child and enhance the learning experience. The EARLI program’s structure gives it the flexibility to be tailored to meet the needs of an individual child or a group. Educators can use this resource guide to rehabilitate developmental delays or enrich skills. The EARLI Progam Lessons in Language Development can lead to early intervention. Teachers can inform parents if a preschooler has a speech impediment or other lags.
The child’s setbacks can be addressed and likely remedied with the assistance of professionals. For students with no delays, they can flourish and continue building skills. Whichever way you use it, you will see that the EARLI Program, both Volumes 1 and 2, will become invaluable in your teaching curriculum. Lynne Mann structured this plan to help young children learn efficient and appropriate use of verbal communication.
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