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When a child says a phrase wrong you should…CorrectIncorrect
“In the primary level, be accepting and non directing when a child makes a speech error. If a child says something like, ‘Superman no have glasses’ you don’t want to correct them right away by saying something like, ‘no, say Superman doesn’t have glasses.’ If you do that, you’re rejecting their communication and sending a message that them trying to speak is unimportant compared to speaking correctly. These children are going to make thousands of mistakes so after the first few days of you correcting them every time, they’re going to see that every time they open their mouth the teacher tells them they’re doing something wrong and they’ll make the decision to just not speak anymore until they’ve got it all figured out. So, you want to accept their communication and model the correct language in an indirect way. Instead, you might say, ‘That’s right! Superman doesn’t have glasses.’”