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Chapter 7: Stuttering & Other Disorders of Fluency
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Intro to CMDS :
for Thursday, September 10.2013
Chapter 2 pages 43-53
voice, manner, place
a. voicing denition & example
b. manner denition & example
c. place denition & example
denition & examp
Auditory: Lets make our snake sound. Bite down on that /s/. (teeth)
Visual: A picture of a snake.
Tactile: Use a tasty stick to touch the clients alveolar ridge to show them where their tongue should go.
Auditory Cue- Lets make our mout
Chapter 8: Voice Disorders
Thursday, September 26th
what diferentiates a normal voice from the abnormal voice?
% of population in which voice disorders occur?
a. what is the perceptual correlate to frequency?
Chapter 14 Aphasia pages 382-396
Intro to CMDS
define aphasia= breakdown in the ability to formulate, retrieve, or
decode the arbitrary symbols of langauge
how does one become aphasic?=abrupt, and without warning
refer to Figure 14.1: the left ce
Therapy Kit Requirements 2013
A therapy kit will be assembled by the student and should meet the minimal requirements detailed below.
Additional materials may be included in the kit for bonus points, but do not go overboard and result in an
Sample Teaching Phrases - Articulation
/r/ blends kr, tr, fr
1. put the two sounds together ( say k then r)
2. keep your tongue up in back for the last sound
3. explode the /k/ before the r
4. pop it then growl (kr)
5. blow then curl it (fr)
/k/ and /g/
Auditory Cue: Use your story words! First, Middle, Last Visual Cue: Picture of a train- with the rst car,
second car, and a caboose
Tactile Cue: Making a train out of paper
Auditory: "Things that are the same go toget