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How do language disorders affect language development?

How do language disorders affect language development?

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School: University of Texas at Austin
Department: Communication Studies
Course: Professional Communication Skills
Professor: Millie harrison
Term: Spring 2016
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Cost: 50
Uploaded: 04/07/2017
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How do language disorders affect language development?



Intro to Communication Disorders  

∙ Communication

∙ Difference between speech and language

o Form, content, use = language

o Syntax, semantics, pragmatics, lexicon = language

o Phonemes, syllables, prosody = speech

∙ Person first language

∙ Difference between disorder and difference

∙ Congenital, organic (speech delay and hearing loss), functional (speech  delay), acquired, developmental communication disorders  

o Can be more than one of these things

∙ Languages can cause differences, not necessarily disorders ∙ World Health Organization Terms


How does auditory information get from the ear to the brain?



∙ Speech disorder types

∙ Hearing disorders (degree of loss) Don't forget about the age old question of What are the characteristics of paranthropus?

∙ Career, discipline, field of study

∙ SLP/Audiology, Speech and hearing scientists don’t practice ethically, so  don’t have scope of practice

∙ Scopes of practice

∙ Ethics

∙ Licensure and certification

o One by state, one by organization

∙ ASHA

∙ How culture can impact communication

∙ Culture, socialization, acculturation

Hearing Sciences

∙ Key questions

∙ What is sound?


What is the configuration of hearing loss?



If you want to learn more check out What consume both herbivores and mesopredators?

∙ Amplitude, frequency, period

∙ Simple, complex sounds

∙ Periodic, aperiodic

∙ Outer, middle, inner ear

∙ Auditory nerve- transmit info from cochlea to brain ∙ How cochlea works Don't forget about the age old question of What is used to describe how the sounds of speech are produced?

∙ Organ of corti, hair cell

∙ How sound propagates

∙ Afferent and efferent

Hearing Disorders

∙ Key questions

∙ Hearing loss – type, degree, configuration

∙ Audiogram – sloping, rising, bilateral, unilateral, sensorineural,  conductive, right or left ear

∙ Speech banana

∙ Graphs with pitch, loudness

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EXAM QUESTIONS!!!!

∙ Which of the following is an acronym pneumatic we used in class? ∙ The study of ___ started much like _____

∙ Someone is learning a new language, here is what they are showing a  problem with, what does that mean?

∙ Which of the following descriptions of waveform is true? ∙ Put this process in order…

∙ Legal and ethical expectation for SLP to…

∙ It’s common to be __ on audiogram

∙ Matching!!!! (6 questions) Don't forget about the age old question of The substance making up the majority of a solution and in the “greatest abundance” is called what?
We also discuss several other topics like What is relative age effect known for?
Don't forget about the age old question of What is the main economic reason for the formation of the european union?

∙ Basilar membrane, organ of corti, what’s the difference between middle  and inner ear?

∙ Which of the following is an example of _____ disorder? ∙ Which of the following features is assisted by ___ ALD ∙ Audiogram

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