CDO 338 1.1
peripheral / motor disturbances that result in speech form
speech sound (form) is disturbed
speech sound production difficulties do not typically impact oter areas of language development
articulation disorder examples
R or S sound
central / procesing / learning - representations within the languge system (brain)
phoneme function difficulties
phonemes difficulties may impact other language areas (morph. syntax, semantics)
THESE ARE UNIVERSAL AND NORMAL. ALL CHILDREN WILL DO THIS.
phonological disorder examples
final consonant deletion
why is it important to know the difference between articulation and phonological disorders
it is important because many SLPs are not treating people correctly based on these differences
they have very different treatments and very different implications
there is a direct relationship between phonological sound systems and..
ability to read, which reading is the foundation for academic success.
Delays in language also directly effect
academic and social success.
inventory of constrastive sounds
sounds that are distinctive in the language : phonemes
morpeme structure rules and sequential constraints
rules that dictat permissible word and syllable formation
alternator rules for correctly producing combinations of morphemes
the feature change riles for correctly producing allophones of the phonemes
sound system disorder
the broad term that would cover any problem that involves the speech production process SSD
Sound system categories
articulation disorders (phonetic) - those in which the peripheral motor processes are disturbed
phonological disorders (phonemic) - those in which the organization and function of the phoneme system is impared
CDO 338 1.1
CDO 338 lecture 1.1