5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- 4 Expressive strategies
- Vowels are described in what two ways?
- Places of articulation
- a Visual and auditory. Using sensory info and previous knowledge to make sense of incoming stimuli.
- b Tongue height and front to back positioning
- c Bilabial, labiodental, dental, alveolar, post alveolar, palatal, velar.
- d When infant becomes used to certain stimulus- able to tune out things.
- e Evocative utterance, hypothesis testing, interrogative utterance, selective imitation
5 Multiple choice questions
- 8-9 mos. Eye contact, consistent sounds, intonation.
- Birth-8 mos. Crying, cooking, body and face expressions.
- Muscle movement and the sensory feedback that informs the brain of the extent of that movement.
- Control, representational, expressive, social, tutorial, procedural.
- Phonetic relationship to an adult word, use consistently, must occur I. Presence of referent.
5 True/False questions
Bracketing → Rhythmic cues to detect divisions between clauses and phrases
Fricative → Narrow constriction through which air passes (f, s)
4 areas of neurological development that impact language. → Sensation, perception, motor control and cognition
4 phases of joint reference → Mastering joint attention, intention to communicate, gestures and vocalization, naming/topicalizing
Locutionary → First ,meaningful words.