Impact Of Modeling Language Therapy On The Development Of Communication Skills Of Students At Base-Level


  • Yusra Irfan
  • Farzana Iqbal
  • Dr. Muhammad Imran


In this research endeavor, the primary focus is on exploring the profound impact of Modeling Language Therapy (MLT) on the development of communication skills among students at the base level of education. With a carefully selected sample comprising 60 students, ranging in age from 5 to 9 years, this study employs a multifaceted approach to comprehensively assess the efficacy of MLT. By utilizing both standardized assessments and qualitative data collection methods, the research aims to provide a nuanced understanding of the transformative influence that MLT may have on the communication abilities of young learners. The results of the investigation demonstrate a noteworthy enhancement in communication skills among participants who underwent MLT sessions. These findings not only underscore the immediate positive effects of MLT but also offer invaluable insights into the broader implications of targeted language interventions for students in the early stages of their educational journey. As effective communication forms the base of academic success and social interactions, this research contributes to the burgeoning body of knowledge surrounding the pivotal role of MLT in fostering crucial skills for young learners. The study's outcomes hold potential implications for educators, practitioners, and researchers interested in optimizing language development strategies adapted to the unique needs of base-level students.


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Irfan, Y. ., Iqbal, F. ., & Imran, D. M. . (2024). Impact Of Modeling Language Therapy On The Development Of Communication Skills Of Students At Base-Level. Migration Letters, 21(S9), 67–75. Retrieved from




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