HGSKOLAN I HALMSTAD
Sektionen fr Humaniora
Far och son i Gran Tunstrms
i ett manlighetsperspektiv
Frfattare: Johanna Johansson
Handledare: Catrine Brdje
1. Inledning .3
1.1 Syfte o
Institutionen fr humaniora
Handledare: Margareta Petersson
Ett studium av olika aspekter av tid
i Gran Tunstrms roman
INLEDNING . 3
Mannen sger det han vet;
kvinnan sger det som
En studie av manligt och kvinnligt sprk i
Strindbergs sorgespel Frken Julie
Frfattare: Erika Dahlgren
Handledare: Elisabeth Zetterholm
Examinator: Sofia Ask
Termin: HT 13
mne: Svenska s
Sjlvstndigt arbete 15 hp
Fr fult att skriva
Gymnasieelevers och lrares attityder till svordomar och
Frfattare: Elin Jonsson
Handledare: Shirley Nslund
Examinator: Christina Rosn
Niv: Avancerad niv
Themes and Dualities in A Tale of Two Citiesby CharlesDickens
Teman och dubbelheter i Charles Dickens Tv Stder
Rum, framtrdanden, grnser
Erik Mattsson, Stockholms universitet 2014
Tryckeri: US-AB, Stockholm 2014
Distributr: Institutionen fr musik- och teatervetenskap
For the media assignment, you will need to watch the HBO movie, Temple Grandin. If
you cannot get access to this movie, or if you would prefer to watch an interview
with Dr. Grandin, you may watch the episode of Conversations from Penn St
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COMD Final Review
-Intelligence: reasoning, planning, problem solving, abstract thinking, learning
-adaptive behavior: daily living, communication, social skills, practical skills
-Causes and Risk Factors: 30%-40% we have no idea,
COMMUNICATION DISORDERS 133
INTRODUCTION TO AUDIOLOGY AND SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY
Study Guide, Midterm Exam
(not specifically on study guide, look over)
Hollidays List of Communicative Functions
-instrumental(get someone to do something for you), regula
Media Assignment: Penn State Interview
1. According to Dr. Grandin, what characterizes a specialist mind?
Dr. Grandin describes a specialist mind as a mind that is good at one thing
and bad at something else. For example, she was good at visual tasks, but
Study questions 1
1. We combine words and sentence structures in novel ways all the time.
2. Psychology of language.
3. Language is primarily a system for communication. Second language is a system of
words and rules for combining the
Study questions ch.2
1. They leave behind the scent of food on the path that leads to the food which will guide
other ants to it.
2. They dance in a figure-eight and show the other bees where the pollen is.
3. Because they can only co
Exercise chapter 8b.
1. Tip of the tongue are accompanied by a strong feeling of knowing.
2. Blocking hypothesis is interlopers and actively gets in the way of our remembering the
3. Partial activation explains tip of the tongue
Study questions ch 3 B
1. The vocabulary is restricted and the sentences short and grammatically simplified;
speech is slower with more pauses between words and repetitive and the stress and
intonation is often exaggerated.
2. Its wide spread
Study questions 8A
1. When you are speaking there is little room for error, unlike when you are listening.
2. A slip of the tongue is a speech error where you say the wrong thing.
3. The words weekend and maniacs have been exchanged,
Reading quiz chapter 7
1. Parsing-the process of working out the syntactic structure of a sentence.
2. Lexical ambiguity= the lexical ambiguity is when the meaning or such of the word is
ambiguous in the sentence.
3. Garden path sentences- whe
1. Telegraphic speech emphasizes their clipped, abbreviated nature.
2. 4=laugh, 6-babbles consonants, 9-some comprehension of words and simple
instructions- 12- ma or first words, 18, two word utterances, 24- three word utterances
and longer, 36- increasi
$ CHILD, EXAMINER
+Participants: Carly Child, Lori Clinician
+Gender: F MLU: 16.28
e what do you do at listening?
11c (well um we um it's after) we/'re the last one/s.
9c the orange group get/3s to go there last.
c (well um we um it's after) we/'re the last one/s.
c the orange group get/3s to go there last.
c (um) they have book/s.
c and you put those earphone/s on.
c and then you turn it on.
c you r
Exercise 2 - 3
c (um well) why don't I just start at the beginning?
e start at the beginning.
c (okay,) I was born in Washington_DC.
c so I always think that/'s k
+Participants: Jordan Child, Melissa=Clinician
+Activities: clinician gets out bag of plastic links.
e oh my goodness!
e there's a sticker in here.
c that/'s Snoopy
17C: now tell me what this thing was last week with your leg/s, or the week before
7 P; uh, no good, uh. Um, uh, eight anduh, uhuh, knees and ankle/suh,
6 Cl what did you do about it?
10 P: uh, home, doctor, and leg/suh, walk/
Chapter 2 cont.:
MLU: Mean length of utterance
Overextension: When they dont have many words, they extend them to mean more in
the adult vocab
Phonological processes: Sound systems of language
Reduplicative babbling: bah bah bah (6 months)
CommD 133 Review
- Go over quizzes and answers
- Regulatory: Used for directions, to direct others
- Personal: Statement about yourself
- Heuristic: To get additional information
- Informative: Give organized and des
Exam 1 Study Guide for the Class Lectures
ComD 330 Language Development
Know the following:
Reasons why speech language pathologists and others involved with children are
interested in language
The definition of language, including the major components