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What needs to be considered when choosing articulation targets with bilingual children?
Dynamic Assessment can be undertaken quickly, simply focusing on testing items that were missed.
The following are examples of high examiner effort and suggest that the child would benefit from services:
Formal single-word articulation tests provide enough probing on each sound in each position that no dynamic assessment is typically needed to qualify a child for a sound disorder.
If you do not know which sounds are shared between a home language and English, you should: