5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- What is the comprehension strategy of the 12-18 month old?
- When testing receptive language if the child is not getting the majority of items for age group correct, what haves
- What is the comprehension ability of the 24-36 month old?
- What are the advantages of a Audio record sample?
- If a child shows a deficit in syllable structure what should the SLP try to do?
- a Comprehends 3 term sentences, but context or past experience determines meaning; little understanding of word order
- b 1. Attend to object mentioned
2. Give evidence of notice
3. Do what you usually do
- c elicit more advanced productions - first by imitative babbling and
later on in conventional words.
- d move the previous level
- e allows us to hear the child's vocalization
in natural settings, paints a more valid picture of productive skills.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Present unexpected combinations (kiss the apple...)
- more or less normal oral language development.
- Feeding assessment
Vocal development assessment
- Is composed of two or more different consonant types, disregarding voicing differences - there must be a
difference in addition to voicing. (Duckie, Bunny, Pat)
5 True/False Questions
What is inconsistent in Childhood Apraxia of Speech? → sound patterns, which comes with the difficulty of programming speech patterns.
What is an example of a word understood without the support of a non-linguistic cue? → Place the objects in front of the child and say "give me the ball"
Voicing differences in CVC productions are considered what? → Level 2 vocalization if the child produces a cognate. For example, the vocalization "dat " is a level 2 because 'D' and ' T' are cognates - only difference is voice feature.
What are disadvantages of making a Parent Diary? → can be very helpful in determining the
words, sounds, and communicative skills the child is showing
Those children who succeed at the 24-36 month level in the non standardized comprehension assessment can be what? → can be tested using formal measure such as the PBT or the Test for Auditory Comprehension of Language (TACL) or the Receptive One Word Picture Vocabulary Test