5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- What is palatometry?
- What are the 4 levels of auditory processing?
- What is an important precursor to reading which HI children do not have?
- What 6 ways can you change the difficulty level?
- Better speech intelligibility is predicted by 4 factors, what are they?
- a placement of a thin custom-fit psuedoplate over child's hard palate and maxillary teeth shows contact points on screen when child speaks.
- b 1) Detection
- c phonological awareness
- d 1) Response Set: closed, limited, open
2) Stimulus Unit: words phrases sentences
3) Stimulus Similarity/Contrast: auditory similarities, #syllables
4) Presentation context: Linguistic, acoustic highlight, visual assist, # of repetitions
5) Task—highly structured, spontaneous
6) Listening conditions: Signal-to-Noise Ratio
- e 1) more advanced language development
2) lesser degree of hearing loss
3) oral mode of communication
4) increased age
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- - child's aided hearing thresholds to determine child's residual hearing range
- be familiar with impact of coarticulation
- same as what is used for normal hearing child.
be careful with vocabulary level of the stimulus
- the rules that govern how words are arranged in sentences
- 11-25 months
5 True/False Questions
T/F There is a direct correlation between identifying hearing loss before 6 months and cognitive status. → 1) voicing errors (/b/ for /p/)
2) Omission and distortion of consonants
3) Omission of consonants in blends
4) nasalization of consonants
At what age does a fetus hear speech? → speech sound combinations
starts at 11-14 months
i.e. saying bee for blanket
What is identification? → the ability to perceive similarities or differences between stimuli (same/different)
What are 3 key factors that have greatly impacted the speech and language outcomes for children with hearing loss? → 1) increased client diversity
2) early intervention (before 6 months)
3) availability of cochlear implants
What is an example of synthetic auditory training? → 1) Auditory Skills
Sound Awareness, Sound Discrimination, Identification, Comprehension
Phonetic level; Phonologic level
3) Activity Type
Elicited vs. spontaneous speech
4) Difficulty Level