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5 Matching questions

  1. What is the "Be Spontaneous Paradox"?
  2. The speech language pathologist also needs to encourage and teach parents to use
  3. Give an example of how to elicit a proto-imperative
  4. 'Daddy hit' is an example of what semantic relation?
  5. 'No cookie' is an example of what semantic relation?
  1. a Example-You can establish a social routine, then withhold a turn and look expectantly at the child or provide a verbal prompt like, "What do you want?" to get the child to request. If the child does not respond, the clinician or parent may use gaze intersection or a gestural model to assist the child.
  2. b agent-action
  3. c Indirect language strategies
  4. d We want them to initiate communication spontaneously but we have to somehow get them to do it.
  5. e "nonexistence, denial, rejection"

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. "Nice Belt!"
  2. 1. prompts
    2. models
    3. natural consequences
  3. 1.Time delay
    2.Gaze intersection
    3.Verbal
  4. He feeds the doll with the bottle, kisses the doll, puts the doll in the bed, and covers the doll with the blanket.
  5. Talk about the toys the child selects.
    Communicate at child's rate, even if there are long periods of silence.Imitate the child's motor act exactly, or with a reduced or slightly expanded version
    .Use contingent vocal imitation-give a partial, exact or modified version of the child's vocalization.

5 True/False questions

  1. Intervention goals will depend onThe results of the evaluation we've done.

          

  2. How can we Increase Frequency Of Intentionality?Accept any form of intentional behavior. Impute intent to some behavior we do observe, treat it as communicative, and respond accordingly.
    Ex: If he scratches his face, give him the ball.

          

  3. Who is the agent(s) of intervention at the emerging language stage?It's important to not only tell them but show them. We need to model these strategies so parents feel more comfortable. Coach them while they're doing it.

          

  4. To assess a toddler's social / affective signaling, we measure...Use of gaze shifts, expression of positive or negative affect.

          

  5. What 4 questions are central to the decision tree for intervention planning in the emerging language stage?Parent implemented intervention will encourage generalization more quickly and may encourage social skills as well as communication with the child.