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  1. Are functional or symbolic play skills present? If it's a problem, the speech language pathologist should
  2. Is the child's linguistic comprehension appropriate for the developmental level? If that is a problem area, Paul suggests increasing
  3. .What type of goal is an ideal context for parent involvement?
  4. Why do mothers of normally developing children have more opportunities to expand/extend the child's communication?
  5. Are nonverbal intentional communicative skills present? If it's a problem, treatment should include
  1. a Because they get more speech from their children to expand and extend upon.
  2. b Both expressive and receptive skills through the use of focused stimulation and ILS (Indirect language stimulation).
  3. c Provide opportunities in intervention for the child to observe,model, and imitate conventional and symbolic uses of objects in play contexts.
  4. d Symbolic play goals
  5. e Work to increase nonverbal communication using modeling and communication temptations.

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. Facilitation strategies of caregiver and acquisition stgrategies of child.
  2. 1.Vocal models
    2.Gestures
  3. Inspect the 'Other' utterances to see whether they are encoding higher level semantic relations.
  4. Speech-motor and hearing.
  5. recurrence

5 True/False Questions

  1. If higher-level semantic relations are being conveyed frequently, it suggests that the child is exhibiting....1. Time- (go now)
    2.Manner-(go fast)
    3.Sequence -(eat [then] drink)
    4.Causality (cry [because] hurt)

          

  2. Which is easier to elicit, Proto-imperatives or proto-declaratives?Proto-imperatives

          

  3. .In a symbolic behavior goal we need to indicate a currentSetting the goals for the child's intervention program.

          

  4. 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.

          

  5. The clinician should consult with parents as toWhat they want the child to learn and how much of the intervention they would like to deliver themselves.

          

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