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The article focuses on the theoretical and practical issues of metalinguistic skills in primary school children. Metalinguistic activity is an important parameter of linguistic personality assessment since its analysis can reveal various language impairments. The authors described the metalinguistic level of third-grade primary school students with general speech underdevelopment and specified the phonological, morphological, syntactic, and pragmatic components for each level. The research was based on such cognitive operations as identification, analysis, synthesis, and generalization. The obtained statistics on the interrelation of metalinguistic components made it possible to develop a typology of phonological and morphological exercises based on practicing the corresponding cognitive operations. The article outlines the main directions of speech therapy, which may be of interest to primary school teachers and speech therapists.

children with language impairment, specific language impairment, speech therapy, primary school age, metalinguistic awareness, cognitive operations
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