Lecture 1b - Lecture 1. B) Children with speech and...

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Lecture 1. B) Children with speech and language differences – Language problems Introduction - Language problems: a range of difficulties within the linguistic code, or with the rules for linking symbols and the symbol sequences - When the language problems are the sole disability, there are language delays and language disorders existing in the face of otherwise normal development Classification - Receptive disorders: interfere with the comprehension of spoken language - Expressive disorders: affect the ability to form grammatical utterances; person does not know enough language rules to share thoughts, ideas and feelings Delayed language development - These children learn language in an orderly progression but more slowly and less proficiently than their peers - Use language infrequently - Rule of six: if language development lags 6 months behind, the child has a delay Language Disorders - Aphasia: language problems resulting from damage to speech/language areas of the brain o Dysphasia: developmental aphasia
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