5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- To assess a toddler's social / affective signaling, we measure...
- What does eliciting proto-declaratives help kids learn how to do?
- Name the 3 characteristics of communicative temptations
- Only those vocalizations that include ______________________ help to move child in direction of words
- .Give an example of how the adult might model deictic and representational gestures
- a consonants
- b 1.Do not require specific response.
2.Structure the situation.
3.Provide multiple models (SLP & parent) & child opportunities.
- c If the child bangs a cup, the clinician can imitate the banging, then hold the cup up to the child's face to show it, saying "cup!""
- d It helps kids learn how to direct our attention to topics on which they're focused.
- e Use of gaze shifts, expression of positive or negative affect.
5 Multiple choice questions
- The results of the evaluation we've done.
- focused and specific
- "nonexistence, denial, rejection"
- For example, home and clinic.
- Direct intervention aimed at eliciting expressive communication.
5 True/False questions
.Give an examples of how to elicit a proto-declarative → Ex:-Introduce a new toy into an established routine to encourage a comment. Routines can be sabotaged with silly or unusual events like putting on one shoe but not the other.
Adults can pay less attention than normal to the child, which forces the child to have to regain the adult attention.
Adults can begin to comply to a request but not finish what the child wants. The child then has to regain the adult's attention to complete the task.
How can we increase the child's communication from gestures to vocalization? → Up the ante-withhold responding until child produces vocal behavior.Only those vocalizations that include CONSONANTS help to move child in direction of words.Don't reward vocalizations, e.g., grunts, whines, & uh-uh.Acknowledge communication; say, "You want it; tell me..."
Treatment for kids using higher-level semantic relations in the presence of delayed expressive language would entail → Enhancing the advanced conceptual development with appropriate play contexts and attempting to provide the child with a more conventional means for expressing his ideas.
To assess a toddler's comprehension, we measure... → comprehension of questions, requests and commands
How can we encourage the child to use the next levels of symbolic behavior, such as early conventional and symbolic play and deictic gestures (showing, giving, pointing, reaching)? → Withhold responding until child produces word approximation.