Lecture 1d - Lecture 1. D) Children with speech and...

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Lecture 1. D) Children with speech and language differences – Assessment and Intervention Developmental Consequences - Cognitive difficulties: rigidity in thinking - Academics: poor performance in language based learning areas; problems learning to read - Higher rates of behavioural problems in children with articulation or language problems, cleft palates - Deficits in self-esteem and frustration in children who stutter Characteristics of children with language disorders: - Failure to understand or pay attention to rules or conversation - Difficulty using needs of the listener or situation. - Incorrect use of grammar. - Poor or limited vocabulary. - Difficulty requesting further information to aid understanding. - Tendency to ask questions that are too general. - Class clown behavior. - Tendency to agree rather than to voice opposition. - Indirect and ambiguous statements. - Extreme forgetfulness. -
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2012 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 2043 taught by Professor Goldberg during the Spring '11 term at UWO.

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Lecture 1d - Lecture 1. D) Children with speech and...

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