Childhood Language Disorders
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Name the cultural variants that may influence assessment
- Social Interaction
What are the 7 functions of communicative intent?
Name the 9 communication intentions to signal communicative intent.
- Requesting an answer
- Requesting action
What are the 6 types of sentences used?
What are the morphological characteristics of children with SLI?
- Difficulty with grammatical morphology– Regular and irregular past tense
- Possessive morphemes
- leave out articles /a,an,the/
- Third person singular forms (she run into the classroom)
- Contractible copula forms (daddy not watching TV)
- Older SLI students:
- Morphological problems less obvious
- More difficulty with advance sentence structure
- Difficulty with narratives
List the traditional language development milestones.
- -A baby's first sounds are reflexive
- -Even deaf children make sounds for the first 8-10 months
- –Differentiated and undifferentiated sounds of babbling
- -Cooing (0-1 month) – Vowel like sounds– g/k
- Reduplicated babbling – 6-7 months–
- Repeated CV syllables (mamama, dadada)
- Varigated babbling – 9 months– Mabada– Imitation of intonation and sounds
- Protowords– Prior to 12 months– Some form of verbal response, not a word necessarily. Ex: consistent productions the child uses in response to various situations (ah for dog)
Object permanence (12 months)– Realization that objects exist when not in sight.
In terms of pragmatics:
Perlocutionary behaviors (0-6 mo)– Signals used that lack communicative effect. Crying but not necessarily related to current activity
Illocutionary behavior (9-10 mo)– Intentional communication (pointing to a desired object)– Signal to carry out socially organized action
Locutonary stage (12 mo)– Intentionally uses true words
Joint reference (about 12 mo)– Focus joint attention on an object or event– Both look at object at same time
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