Lecture 1c - Lecture 1. C) Children with speech and...

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Lecture 1. C) Children with speech and language differences – Speech problems Introduction - Speech disorders: problems encountered in the oral production of language - Mispronunciations and dysfluencies become disorders only when they persist as characteristics in the speech of children who should have acquired certain sounds Speech disorders - Phonological/Articulation disorders: problems producing the sounds of language o Phonological difficulties: related to use; child pronounces a sound correctly in one context, but not another o Articulation problems: concern ability; child cannot actually produce a sound o Omission errors: one of more sounds are left out or words Occurs most frequently with blended sounds o Substitutions: one phoneme is replaced by another o Distortions: deviations from normal speech sounds Often caused by placing tongue or lips in the wrong position for the production of a particular sound o Addition: the adding of a sound to a word (ex. Ash-uh-ley) - Voice disorders: problems in the tone, volume or quality of the voice
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Lecture 1c - Lecture 1. C) Children with speech and...

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