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Study%20Guide%20#1%281%29-1-1 - CSD 303 Study Guide Unit...

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CSD 303 Study Guide – Unit One 1. Define the role of a speech-language pathologist in a school setting. a. Identify b. Evaluate c. Provide rehabilitation services to people with communicative problems d. Correct problems e. Achieve max communicative potential f. Should now how to administer test that is both reliable and valid) 2. Define the role of an educational audiologist in a school setting. a. Measure hearing ability b. Identify hearing disorders c. Provide rehabilitation services d. Assess amplification devices and instruct in their care e. Provide training in speech reading 3. What are the basic provisions of P.L. 94-142? a. LRE 4. What are the basic provisions of P.L. 99-457 a. Education for all handicapped children 5. What important rights did PL 101-476 provide children with disabilities in school? a. IDEA 6. Define the stages of collaboration. a. Compliance i. interaction minimal 1
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CSD 303 Study Guide – Unit One ii. goal is to develop a stable communication base to build the classroom teachers awareness of the sips competence and vice versa iii. mostly through written communication b. cooperation i. find time to talk about the students they both work with ii. brain storm ideas for meeting students needs c. collaberation i. mutual respect, trust, support ii. both parties acknowledge the others strengths and weaknesses iii. take risks in making changes to programming iv. share responsibilities for teaching the children with special needs 7. List the three basic components of communication a. Sender b. Message c. Receiver 8. Name the aspects of language that impact communication as described by Owens a. Paralinguistic mechanisms stress or emphesis used to communicate rate at which speaking/stress on certain words b. Monolinguistic ques body language distance while communicating eye contact facial expressions c. Metalinguistic cues things we think about language judge if grammatically correct 9. List Roger’s Brown’s criteria for language 2
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CSD 303 Study Guide – Unit One a. Semanticity b. Productive c. Displacement 10. List the five components of language a. Syntax rules which govern how we combine words (grammar) b. Morphology parts of a word smallest unit of meaning c. Phonology deals with sounds and ways sounds are sequinced in symbols d. Semantic meaning/content of words what they mean e. Pragmatics social use of language 11. Define speech a. The verbal means of communicating or conveying meaning b. How a person’s anatomy and physiology forms the sounds using a given language 12. List the major components of speech. a. Articulation how air stream is broke up to produce sounds b. Voice how the vocal folds respond to the air flow from the respiratory system c. Fluency the forward flow of speech 13. What are the two major parts of the Central Nervous System?
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Study%20Guide%20#1%281%29-1-1 - CSD 303 Study Guide Unit...

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