19th Annual Route 66 Conference

Friday, February 28, 2014 from 08:00 AM to 03:30 PM

Route 66The 20th Annual Route 66 Conference on Communication Disorders will be Held Friday, February 27, 2015.

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The featured speaker is Rosslyn Delmonico.

The Route 66 Conference is sponsored by the Tulsa University Student Speech-Language Hearing Association (TUSSLHA). This professional conference is one of the few in the area organized by students.

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8:00a-8:30a Registration/Continental Breakfast
8:30a-10:15a Describe effective strategies for increasing the oral language skills of ELL students with language disorders
10:30a-12:00p List practical materials for increasing the phonological awareness and overall literacy skills of ELL students with language disorder
12:00p-12:45p Lunch (provided)
12:45p-1:45p Discuss appropriate IEP goals and objectives for use with this population as related to core curriculum standards
2:00p-3:00p Describe specific techniques to increase vocabulary skills in ELL students with language disorders
3:00p-3:30p List specific strategies for collaborating with classroom teachers

Course Objectives

This workshop focuses on practical strategies and materials for monolingual English-speaking clinicians who serve English Language Learners with language disorders. The workshop’s contents will help clinicians who serve preschool and elementary students from any cultural-linguistic background.

  • Participants will receive easy-to-implement, fun, effective ideas for helping language-disordered ELL students who are learning English as well as coping with language disorders
  • The session will focus on increasing oral and written language skills and on collaborating with classroom teachers
  • Relating IEP benchmarks to core curriculum standards will be reviewed

Conference Location
The University of Tulsa
Allen Chapman Activity Center
440 South Gary Avenue
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74104

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Contact:
Clarey Allen
clarey-allen@utulsa.edu