The development of normal speech is in the hands of the family. You, probably untrained in speech teaching methods, are responsible for the speech habits of your children. That does not mean that you are necessarily to blame if they do not develop normal speech. However, if there is no physical cause for faulty speech, you would do well to examine closely your part in this complicated process of learning oral communication. Whether you want to be a teacher or not, the fact remains that you are. You are doing a good, bad, or indifferent job of it. You'll discover ways in which you can encourage the speech and language development of your child. By knowing what to do and what not to do, you can avoid some of the attitudes and actions which contribute to the making of several million speech-defective children in this country. It is estimated that at least 5% of the school population have speech problems. Help your child now before it's too late.
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