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Language Processing Hierarchy Chart FREE

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Not Grade Specific
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Formats Included
  • Portable Network Graphics
Pages
1 page

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This Language Processing Hierarchy Chart is a FREE printable for your office or workspace. Prints as an 8x11 "poster" or graphic when printed as a full page.

This visual chart was adapted from the original hierarchy, created by Gail Richard (Source for Language Processing Disorders, 2011; Linguisystems). The goal of each step in remediating language processing is to strengthen each "floor" of the system, beginning on the first step, and securing each skill before moving on the to step above.

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