5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Are functional or symbolic play skills present? If it's a problem, the speech language pathologist should
- Is the child's linguistic comprehension appropriate for the developmental level? If that is a problem area, Paul suggests increasing
- .What type of goal is an ideal context for parent involvement?
- Why do mothers of normally developing children have more opportunities to expand/extend the child's communication?
- Are nonverbal intentional communicative skills present? If it's a problem, treatment should include
- a Because they get more speech from their children to expand and extend upon.
- b Both expressive and receptive skills through the use of focused stimulation and ILS (Indirect language stimulation).
- c Provide opportunities in intervention for the child to observe,model, and imitate conventional and symbolic uses of objects in play contexts.
- d Symbolic play goals
- e Work to increase nonverbal communication using modeling and communication temptations.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Facilitation strategies of caregiver and acquisition stgrategies of child.
- 1.Vocal models
- Inspect the 'Other' utterances to see whether they are encoding higher level semantic relations.
- Speech-motor and hearing.
5 True/False Questions
If higher-level semantic relations are being conveyed frequently, it suggests that the child is exhibiting.... → 1. Time- (go now)
3.Sequence -(eat [then] drink)
4.Causality (cry [because] hurt)
Which is easier to elicit, Proto-imperatives or proto-declaratives? → Proto-imperatives
.In a symbolic behavior goal we need to indicate a current → Setting the goals for the child's intervention program.
How can you provide natural Consequences? → Honor child's expressed intentions.
Provide acknowledgement of communication.
Provide linguistic mapping-translate child's action to a word.
The clinician should consult with parents as to → What they want the child to learn and how much of the intervention they would like to deliver themselves.