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5 Matching questions

  1. "Semantic utterances coded as ""other"" are typically about what percent of the sample for toddlers?
  2. If the child is not demonstrating any appropriate or semi-appropriate use of objects or symbolic play and gestures, we need to
  3. When using ILS, what are some techniques the adult should use?
  4. .What type of goal is an ideal context for parent involvement?
  5. The clinician should consult with parents as to
  1. a 30%
  2. b Expansions, extensions, recasts, open-ended Qs, and verbal reflective Qs.
  3. c Symbolic play goals
  4. d Establish a more basic foundation in reciprocity and anticipatory sets.
  5. e What they want the child to learn and how much of the intervention they would like to deliver themselves.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Use of gaze shifts, expression of positive or negative affect.
  2. Demonstrative-entity
  3. Action-object
  4. parents
  5. semantic relations

5 True/False questions

  1. Which more closely resembles the great majority of conversation speech acts, Proto-imperatives or proto-declaratives?Proto-declaratives

          

  2. Give an example of a simple goal for symbolic behavior-Johnny will demonstrate symbolic play at the extended multiple play episode level as demonstrated in at least five different contexts in at least two different settings.

          

  3. The consequences of language delay for a child's social and cognitive development can be _____________. Language is one of the most ________________ functions in a young child's developmentIndirect language strategies

          

  4. What 4 questions are central to the decision tree for intervention planning in the emerging language stage?The parents and the clinician.

          

  5. We can teach receptive language skills by combining play skills therapy withIndirect Language Stimulation techniques.

          

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