|Mainstreaming||Moving a child with a learning or behavioral disability into a regular school environment with the support of special educators.
Link 1: Wikipedia – Mainstreaming (Education)
|Marginal Babbling||See Babbling|
|Mastication||Chewing food to prepare for swallowing.
Link 1: Wikipedia – Mastication
|Mean Length Utterance (MLU)||It is a way to quantify speech ability. It is calculated by dividing the number of morphemes (see morphemes) by the number of utterances. (see utterances). Higher MLU’s indicate higher proficiency with the language.|
|Mixed Transcortical Aphasia||A combination of both fluent, like Broca’s aphasia, and nonfluent, like Wernicke’s aphasia, aphasia in which both receptive and expressive language skills are impaired, but the patient has strong repetition skills.
this content See also Aphasia, Transcortical Aphasia, specific types of aphasia.
|Morphemes||The smallest unit of meaningful language.
Link 1: Wikipedia – Morphemes
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