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1 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt You have  a voice Stuttering in children Sounds of stuttering Causes of stuttering D-d-dealing With D-d-disfluency
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2 This is made of cartilage and is used to protect the airway… and produce voice.
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3 What is the LARYNX?
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4 These vibrate to produce voice; increased tension in them makes pitch rise, too.
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5 What are the VOCAL FOLDS?
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6 These growths occur on both vocal folds; they can result from vocal abuse… speaking too loudly or at an inappropriate pitch.
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7 What are VOCAL NODULES?
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8 These two words both mean “bring together.”
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9 What is “ADDUCT” or “APPROXIMATE?”
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10 This surgery may be used to manage cancer of the larynx.
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11 What is LARYNGECTOMY?
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12 Normal nonfluency in children is often seen around these ages.
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13 What are ages 2 through 5?
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14 This factor is more important than the child’s age, in determining how to manage stuttering.
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15 What is the CHILD’S AWARENESS?
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16 Children with normal nonfluencies do not exhibit these.
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17 What are SECONDARIES?
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18 Normal nonfluency does not generally interfere with this .
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19 What is the FORWARD FLOW of speech?
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20 Even negative attention from the parent to a child’s normal nonfluency can have this effect.
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21 What is REINFORCEMENT?
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22 Ba-ba-ba-ba-ba-baby
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23 What is a part-word or syllable repetition?
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24 B……………. .aby
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25 What is a BLOCK?
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26 Mmmmmmmmmommy
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27 What is a PROLONGATION?
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Unformatted text preview: 28 Blinking, tapping, tremor, tension 29 What are secondaries? 30 Although normal speakers are sometimes disfluent, too, stuttering is different because of these . 31 What are type, severity, and number of disfluencies? 32 This theory states that people who stutter have psychiatric problems. 33 What is REPRESSED NEEDS or STUTTERING AS NEUROSIS? 34 Wendell Johnson said stuttering begins here, not in the mouth of the child. 35 What is the EAR OF THE PARENT? 36 This theory suggests that stuttering is something one DOES, not something one IS. 37 What is stuttering as LEARNED BEHAVIOR? 38 Handedness, auditory feedback, and cerebral dominance all refer to this type of cause of stuttering. 39 What is CONSTITUTIONAL, or ORGANIC? 40 The presence of things like eye blinks or avoidance usually means that stuttering is this. .. 41 What is CONFIRMED? 42 Children who are not aware of their disfluency are managed this way. 43 What is INDIRECT TREATMENT? 44 We can teach people to stutter this way. 45 What is MORE EASILY? 46 People who stutter must learn that no one ever speaks this way all the time. 47 What is FLUENTLY? 48 Parents of preschoolers with normal nonfluency should pay attention to THIS and not the childs stuttering. 49 What is the CONTENT of what they say? 50 This is THE CURE for stuttering. 51 What is THERE IS NONE?...
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