Emotional/Behavioral Disorders

@article{Hill2005EmotionalBehavioralD,
  title={Emotional/Behavioral Disorders},
  author={J. W. Hill and Kathy L. Coufal},
  journal={Communication Disorders Quarterly},
  year={2005},
  volume={27},
  pages={33 - 46}
}
A language-based social skills instruction intervention used to prepare middle and high school students with emotional/behavioral disorders for return to less restrictive public school placements was evaluated. The daily 50-minute intervention focused on repetitive readings, recitations, and role-playing of skill step procedures until students achieved mastery on each required task in five broad dimensions: peer relations, self-management, academic, compliance, and assertion. The students were… Expand

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