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ECON 2P42 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Price Discrimination, Vertical Integration, Pearson Education

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ECON 2P23 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Demand Curve

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ECON 2P23 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Marginal Revenue, Demand Curve, Marginal Cost

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ECON 2P42 Study Guide - Final Guide: Externality, Net Impact, International Trade

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BROCK ULING 3P90Lynn DempseyWinter

LING 3P90 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Language Disorder, Cerebral Palsy, Hearing Loss

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Asha (1993, p40) an impairment or deviant development of comprehension and/or use of a spoken, written, and/or other symbol system: troubles with under
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LING 3P90 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Language Disorder, Otitis, Intellectual Disability

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The assessment process: formal assessment: identify targets; things to work on, pull out language areas that are below expectations for that child, sti
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BROCK ULING 3P90Lynn DempseyWinter

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Decide on the type and frequency of the reinforcement. Provide subsequent motivating event: it is provided after the child produces the response, ie. T
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BROCK ULING 3P90Carolyn WindsorWinter

LING 3P90 Lecture 8: 8

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1981 the hanen centre established in toronto at oise. Trains slps to run programs that teach parents, teachers, eces to be language facilitators for th
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BROCK ULING 3P90Lynn DempseyWinter

LING 3P90 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Tag Question, Problem Solving, Pragmatics

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Calling for atenion: the clinician involve a third party that is coached in advanced, when the child iniial talk to them, the third party would ignore
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BROCK ULING 3P90Lynn DempseyWinter

LING 3P90 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Neue Deutsche Welle, Luke Skywalker, Net.

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BROCK ULING 3P90Lynn DempseyWinter

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A certain level of performance: to describe performance, to set goals, to evaluate progress. Require care to ensure validity and reliability; not the s
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BROCK ULING 3P90Carolyn WindsorWinter

LING 3P90 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Standardized Test, Pragmatics, Presupposition

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Ling 3p90 lecture 3: informal methods of assessing children"s language. A standardized test just gives you a picture into what they know (don"t give yo
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BROCK ULING 3P90Lynn DempseyWinter

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BROCK ULING 3P90Carolyn WindsorWinter

LING 3P90 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Presupposition, Dynamic Assessment, Deixis

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Chapter 5: assessment of kids with culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. Culture: what one needs to know/believe to function acceptably in
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BROCK ULING 3P90Carolyn WindsorWinter

LING 3P90 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Pragmatics, Criterion Validity, Written Language

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Chapter 4: assessment of preschool and school age kids with li. Whether a problem exists, the causal related factors, the overall intervention plan. No
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BROCK ULING 3P90Carolyn WindsorWinter

LING 3P90 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Dorset Culture, Dependent Clause

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Deictics: linguistic elements that must be interpreted from the perspective of. Register: the style of language one uses when they talk based on the si
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BROCK ULING 3P90Carolyn WindsorWinter

LING 3P90 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Information Processing, Phonological Awareness, Master Sergeant

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