comd 5330 test 2.3

Auditory training helps people use their_______ ________ through training.
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Sound awareness isthe most basic listening skill—knowing when a sound is present and when it is not.Sound discrimination istelling btw different sounds—can progress from a large distinction to a smaller one.Identification isable to label/identify sounds and attach meaning to those soundsComprehension isunderstanding meaning of spoken utterances and requires vocab. and grammerWhat is the biggest factor in discriminating btw vowels and knowing what the following consonant is?the 2nd formantWhat is a formal activity?structured, one-on-one or in a group, drill and practice activitiesWhat is an informal activity?more natural "real life" training, usually used exclusively with younger kidswhat are the guidelines for the client's difficulty level?should be challenging, but not frustrating should be getting over 50%, but less then 80%, need to either decrease or increase level depending on scores.What activities can be used to increase sound awareness?peek-a-boo, musical chairs, march to beatWhat are activities that can be used to increase sound discrimination?respond to a command, same/different game, repeat what you hearWhat activities can be used to increase identification?"go fish", play with cards/stickersWhat activities can be used to increase comprehension?listen to stories, I spy, 20 questionsWhat basic skills need to be achieved first before progressing on with auditory training?sound awareness and sound discriminationeach vowel has ____ ______.2 formantswhat are studied first in an analytical objective of auditory training?vowels due to their hight intensity and lower frequency than consonantsThe first formant is dependent upon ______how wide you open your mouth.The second formant is dependent upon what?where you place your tonguewhat is taught in the analytical objective after vowels during auditory training?consonantswhat is cycling?presenting a skill within a specific time frame and then moving onto another objective and returning to the initial skill to work on it again at a later date.What are the benefits of cycling?helps kids overcome plateaus exposes kids to new skills earlier can break-up the monotony for both client and clinicianwhat are the objectives of synthetic training?looking at the big picture rather than breaking things down suprasegmentals are worked on first discriminate btw single and multi-word utterances fine tune discrimination skills and then move on to identification comprehension is targetedWhat are suprasegmentals?pitch, rate, intensity, and durationWhat is F.A.T.?An auditory training exercise where training progresses from a closed set to an open set Has 10-15 min. of formal training at the same time every day Informal training is pursued throughout the dayWhat factors can determine the benefits received from auditory training?residual hearing, type of amplification used, age, motivation, intelligence, program contentAre we sure how Auditory training works?noWhat is phonological awareness?a focus on what skills kids need in order to learn to readwhy is reading so important for kids with HL?it is a great source of language learning and vocab. development. It is a way of getting language to a child even if they don't hear well.What is phonemic awareness?ability to reflect on and manipulate the structure of an utterancePhonemic awareness refers specifically to . . .segmenting the sounds of the speech stream.what are examples of phonemic awarenessrhyming words, word, syllable, phoneme counting, matching similar sounds, segmenting words, syllables and phonemes, substitute sounds in words to create new words.What is a drawback to auditory training?lack of evidence that one method works better than anotherwhat are the progression of skills in auditory training?awareness, discrimination, identification, and understanding