[...] a child might ask for chicken at lunch because he anticipates stuttering on the p sound in "pizza"; another child may answer a question incorrectly in class because she feels a stutter approaching on the correct answer. You also may want to discuss reasonable accommodations with a student who stutters, such as calling on the child to speak early in the class period so she won't spend time worrying while she waits for her turn. Or call on the student only when she raises her hand.
Straight talk about stuttering Peter Reitzes American Teacher; Mar 2009; 93, 6; Docstoc pg. 19 Reproduced with permission of the copyright owner. Further reproduction prohibited without permission.
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