The Intervention of Picture Books on Children with Specific Language Impairment: Progress, Challenges, and Prospects

  •  Li Jing    
  •  Cheng Hsu    


Compared with ordinary children, children with specific language impairment (SLI) have delayed language development, poor reading comprehension, and greater difficulties in learning. As a widely used teaching intervention method, picture books can promote the development of reading comprehension, oral narrative, emotion, and social communication in the study of language intervention for children with special language impairment. However, the specific mechanism of picture books for children with SLI is still unclear. Therefore, this article sorts out and reviews the language barrier symptoms of specific language impairment, the form of picture book intervention, and the potential mechanism of picture book intervention, and puts forward the current role of picture books in SLI. The challenges faced in the intervention, and a positive outlook on the teaching intervention of picture books in SLI, this research will provide reference and help for the study of picture book intervention in related professional fields and has important guiding significance and reference value for the language correction of SLI children in various countries.

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