Speech Sound Development and Phonological Milestones
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As preschool and school-age children increase the diversity of sounds and sound sequences they produce, speech-language pathologists play a crucial role in the process. Explore specific aspects of speech sound development in children from infancy-adolescence that impact the role of the SLP.
Learning Outcomes You will be able to:
identify and describe between-word simplification patterns in the continuous speech of children with speech sound disorders
list milestones for phonological development in speakers of African American English (AAE) who are learning Mainstream American English (MAE) as a second dialect
assess the temporal stability of five independent measures of phonological skill: phonetic inventory, word shape, syllable structure level, and the index of phonetic complexity
contrast gains made in phonemic awareness with short, intense treatment as compared to continuous weekly treatment
discuss the possible effects of simultaneous exposure to English and Spanish on phonetic inventory in typically developing bilinguals
View the Table of Contents [PDF] Instructor Disclosure: Not available. The content for this program was developed and published prior to the ASHA Continuing Education Board requiring instructional personnel to provide financial and nonfinancial disclosure statements.
2/4/2011 to 1/25/2014