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(p. 299) Developmental Play Assessment and Teaching 

(p. 299) Developmental Play Assessment and Teaching
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(p. 299) Developmental Play Assessment and Teaching
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Karin Lifter

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10.1093/med:psych/9780195317046.003.0014
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date: 23 October 2020

This chapter discusses developmental play assessment and teaching children with autism. It presents a brief overview of descriptions of play and their links to intervention, a rationale for considering play asa developmental domain, to set the stage for an understanding of more developmentallyspecific categories of play and the basis for developmental assessmentof play. Evidence in support of the approach of linking developmental assessment to teaching is outlined, in terms of determining what is taught and how play activities are taught.

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