← 5200-Test 2-Set 5 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Give an example of how to elicit a proto-imperative
- Many programs have been developed that use parents as the _________________. Some of these programs involve teaching parents the clinician directed, hybrid or child centered approaches to elicit language
- What are the 2 types of models?
- If the child is not demonstrating any appropriate or semi-appropriate use of objects or symbolic play and gestures, we need to
- How can we increase the child's communication from vocalization to words?
- a Example-You can establish a social routine, then withhold a turn and look expectantly at the child or provide a verbal prompt like, "What do you want?" to get the child to request. If the child does not respond, the clinician or parent may use gaze intersection or a gestural model to assist the child.
- b primary agents of intervention.
- c Withhold responding until child produces word approximation.
- d 1.Vocal models
- e Establish a more basic foundation in reciprocity and anticipatory sets.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- We can provide models for the child in play contexts through the use of indirect language stimulation techniques.
- Focus on both proto-imperatives and proto-declaratives.
- 1.Do not require specific response.
2.Structure the situation.
3.Provide multiple models (SLP & parent) & child opportunities.
- Talk about the toys the child selects.
Communicate at child's rate, even if there are long periods of silence.Imitate the child's motor act exactly, or with a reduced or slightly expanded version
.Use contingent vocal imitation-give a partial, exact or modified version of the child's vocalization.
- Explain that we need to provide supernormal (extra-extra!) levels of stimuli.
5 True/False Questions
What is the level of play for this goal? → 1.Time delay
If the child is using a wide range of ____________________, then the child is moving toward normal semantic and syntactic development → semantic relations
If a maladaptive form of communication is used by the child, what do you do? → Increase the communication maturity from gesture, to vocalization, and then to words.
Are nonverbal intentional communicative skills present? If it's a problem, treatment should include → Acknowledge the message was received.Let child know his method was unacceptable.
Provide a more acceptable way of communicating. ("If you want it, point to it, and I'll give you one.")
Clinician directed intervention also has important secondary effects in that it → Helps to alleviate and reduce parent stress.