Tip 15 – Prepare For Fillers. They help to cover up something awkward!
Tip 14 – Ensure That Grammar Is Correct. SEAB actually emphasizes that!
Tip 13 – Build Your Vocabulary. Idioms are a great way to start!
Tip 12 – Tell Personal Stories. And if your child doesn't have one, she can do this one thing!
Tip 11 – Use All Details. Don't leave any stone un-turned.
What is Stimulus-Based Conversation? We find out in more detail in this post.
Tip 10 – Correct Yourself. Is that the right thing to do?
Tip 9 – Learn from Your Mistake. There is a very good way to facilitate that!
Tip 8 – Don’t Point to the Passage. It can't get any simpler than this.
Tip 7 – Don’t Give Up on the Difficult Words. Do you know how to pronounce "Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanokoniosis"?