COMMUNICATION ET EDUCATION: EXEMPLE Dâ€™UN ENFANT AUTISTE
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Abdelkader Behtane: Universite de Guelma, Algerie
Annals of the University of Craiova, Series Psychology, Pedagogy, 2018, vol. 38, issue 2, 89-99
Communication is defined as a way to get in touch with each other. It is mainly about transmitting information. Education is the action that allows an individual to instruct another individual. It allows the dissemination of knowledge. Therefore, educational communication determines one way of connecting with the other and aims at the transmission of knowledge. Disability refers to the limitation of the possibilities of interaction of an individual with his environment. There are different types of disabilities: psychological, intellectual, social and/or physical. Following the case study method, we want to show that it is possible for a person with ASD to have access to the language even if it will never really be normal. The first results show that A had a very pronounced autistic disorder. Similarly, the major stages of language were not yet acquired. He did not use words or sentences to communicate, he did not make any combination of words, he emitted unintelligible sounds. In short, he seemed to withdraw completely from the communicative relationship. Following his stay in the nursery and sessions at the speech therapist, A has made great progress in communication. However, it remains difficult to understand especially when he speaks quickly or is angry.
Keywords: Communication; Education; TSA. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: I21 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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