Chapter_8__Communication_Disorders

Chapter_8__Communication_Disorders - Chapter 8...

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Chapter 8 Communication Disorders 1. Define communication: 2. What 3 components are critical for communication to occur? 3. What are the functions of communication? (what tasks does it accomplish?) 4. Define language: 5. What are the five dimensions of language? Describe what is meant by each: 6. What is speech? 7. What are the four related processes for the production of speech sounds? Describe what each process means. 8. What is the sequence for normal development of speech and language most children follow? Birth to 6 months: 7 months to 1 year: 1 to 1.6 years: 1.6 to 2 years: 2 to 3 years: 3 years on:
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9. Why is it helpful to have a knowledge of normal language development? 10. How are communication disorders defined by ASHA? 11. How are communication disorders defined by IDEA? 12. What are the main types of speech impairments? Briefly describe what each category means: Articulation disorders Fluency disorders - Voice disorders 13. What are the main types of language disorders? Briefly describe what each category
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Chapter_8__Communication_Disorders - Chapter 8...

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