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THREE:Something I learned from these chapters was classifying speech and languageimpairment. In where speech is the most common and the most complex model of languageexpression. In which is a coordination of the neuromuscular breathing, voice producingmechanism with the integrity of the mouth or oral cavity. This is demonstrated when a student'sspeech deviates to the point where it obstructs communication and attracts negative attention. Itis based on three different sorts of fundamental speech impairments. For example, articulationdisorders are errors in the time of producing speech sounds. In which the etiology of articulationproblems is unknown. The second speech implement is fluency disorder, which is a combinationof difficulty with rhythm and the time of speech. Stuttering begins between the age of 2 and 6,depending on the circumstance of speech. Lastly, voice disorder is a problem that involves thequality of use of one's voice that results in disorder of the larynx. When a vocal disorder iscaused by a transitory condition such as a cold or allergies, it is chemically inductive, and vocaldisorder occurs more frequently in adults than children.It was fascinating to learn more about the transition and people with hearing impairment.For a person with a disability, making a successful transition from one setting to anothernecessitates careful preparation and evaluation. When it comes to the IDEA, it is necessary torevise it regularly to be current and attentive to their families. In which deaf teenagers' familiesplay an important part in the transition process. Not only that, but students with disabilities aged16 and above must have individualized transition plans.Another thing I learned was how hearing impairment is a disorder of hearing in which thefederal government describes this disorder to be more consistent with the terminology beingused. This disorder encounters a hearing-sensitive loss, which is defined as ranging in sensitivityfrom mild to profound. Sound waves enter the outer ear and travel through the ear canal to thetympanic area, creating a vibration action. When conducting, hearing loss is mainly caused by ablockage or barrier to the transmission of sound that is not conductive, typically through the
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