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Achievement-Oriented Instruction Creates Motivated, Enthusiastic, Eager-To-Learn Children

What is the best method to elicit motivation and enthusiasm toward speech therapy from young children, who are not always overly eager to attend therapy sessions? It’s simple. Incorporate “fun” exercises and activities in order to make children excited about attending therapy. It can be up to the child! When therapists employ achievement-oriented instruction during therapy sessions, children become more eager to complete activities and use their speech and language skills to the best of their abilities. This is optimally therapeutic for the child - a) because the child is participating in activities that activate their speech and language skills, and b) because the child sees the session as

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