Document Type : Original Article


1 کۆلێجی بازرگانی// بەشی گەشتوگوزار// زانکۆی سلێمانی

2 کۆلێجی زمان// بەشی وەرگێڕان// زانکۆی سلێمانی


This research “Learning language disabilities in Children” aims at dealing with some of the language disabilities/difficulties that occur in children. For this, this research is divided into two sections. In the first section, we talk about the difficulties that occur during utterance and speech. To this regard, we talk about two disabilities: Speech Sound Disorder and Stuttering, in which we highlight the cause and treatment of these disorders in two parts. In the second section of the research, we shed light on the utterance, structure and grammatical difficulties that arise in a language. We talk about two more disabilities which are Specific Language Impairment and Dyslexia; bringing to fore their symptoms, causes of diagnoses and treatment in two parts. Then we bring about the results we achieve through this research. Finally, we reference the sources that we have benefited from

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