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Megan Hodge

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She is an associate professor in the Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology at the University of Alberta. Her research interests include developmental aspects of normal and disordered speech perception and production, perceptual-acoustic correlates of speech intelligibility, and linking theory with practice in evaluating and managing children with neurogenic communication disorders. She is also a member of the Applied Developmental Neuroscience Group in the Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine at the University of Alberta.

The language and culture of my heritage is passed on to me orally. it's a different way off learning than how I am taught at school. How do I keep my traditional culture alive while learning to read and being immersed in the majority culture?

Reading is the core of learning and staying in school . improving reading skills with young Aboriginal children can open up the doors to future prospects.

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