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and educator assuming the role of facilitator. context of the communication. A careful study of the communication process
and determine direct or indirect evidence of authorship. and educator assuming the role of facilitator. According to our data, evidence. of authorship was represented in all categories supporting our hypothesis. As Duchan (1993) pointed out, this method has become controversial for. a number of reasons, above all, for a lack of consensus about its success. A careful study of the communication process. allows the observer to collect evidence on how the communicator constructs.
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Personal Name: Duchan, Judith .
ISBN: 0415923212 ISBN: 0415923220 (pb.
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Judith Felson Duchan. This article calls for an expanded approach that focuses on providing support to the children so that they can participate in everyday-life situations.
The autistic children in Pakistan are facing the same difficulties in their education due to limited communication abilities. It is estimated that 350,000 children in Pakistan suffer from autism and this number is increasing day by day. Pakistan is not an easy country for training and even survival of special children.
Others may have rich vocabularies and be able to talk about specific subjects in great detail. Many have problems with the meaning and rhythm of words and sentences.