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the most basic auditory skill level, and is an awareness of when a sound is present and when it is not
a basic auditory skill level in which the listener is able to tell whether two sounds are different or the same
a kind of discrimination that requires a listener to distinguish between words or phrases that differ in the number of syllables.
a basic auditory skill level in which the listener is able to label some auditory stimuli.
a higher auditory skill level in which the listener is able to understand the meaning of spoken messages.
presents highly structured activities that may involve drill; it usually is scheduled to occur during designated times of the day, either in a one-on-one group lesson format or in a small group.
activities occur during the daily routine and are often incorporated into other activities such as conversation or academic learning
refers to a limited number of response options
are resonances in the vocal tract that cause some frequencies to have more energy than other frequencies
manner of ariculation
a classification of a speech sound as a function of how it is produced in the oral cavity
prosodic aspects of speech, including variations in pitch, rate, intensity, and duration, which are superimposed on phonemes and words
incorporates several methods and includes the child in setting goals
something desirable provided to a student after he or she performs a training activity or performs in a desired manner
occurs when a talker changes duration, intensity and pitch to highlight a word to enhance the audibility of a message
to chunk information into meaningful phrase units, pausing between each
entails the coming back to a training objective that has been achieved with some success in order to provide reinforcement and additional learning