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Dr.Enid Wolf-Schein

A SMILE Training Seminar -
Structured Methods in Language Education

Conducted by:
Enid Wolf-Schein, Ed.D., CCC-SLP & ASHA Fellow
(American Speech-Language Hearing Association)

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This hands-on two-day workshop provides a detailed overview of Structured Methods in Language Education (SMILE), a practical, multi-sensory communication development program that engages children as they progress through basic attending, phonemic awareness and sound-letter knowledge to the use of language in a descriptive and conversational manner. This method can be successfully used with any student who has a severe language-learning disability including those classified as aphasic, and those with autism and Down Syndrome. ACT has brought back Dr. Wolf-Schein because of the very positive response received to her previous workshops in B.C.

Dates: August 20 & 21, 2009

Workshop Location: SFU Harbour Centre Campus Room 1420,
515 West Hastings Street, Vancouver

Workshop Schedule: 8:30 9:00        Registration
9:00 10:30      Session 1
10:30 10:45    Coffee Provided
10:45 12:30    Session 2
12:30 1:15      Lunch (On Your Own)
1:15 3:30        Session 3 (No formal break in the afternoon)

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