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Class Notes for SPTH1001 at University of Newcastle

Child Speech and Language 1

SPTH1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Consonant Harmony, Vowel Harmony, Reduplication

CONSONANTS Bilabial: p,b,m Labiodental: f,v Dental: , Alveolar: t,d,z,n,l, Stops: p,b,t,d,k,g Fricatives: f,v, , ,s,z, , Affricates: t, d PHONOLOGICAL PROCESS ELIMINATION Voicing 3;0 Final consonant deletion 3;3 Fronting 3...

Speech Pathology
SPTH1001
Joanne Walters
SPTH1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Speech Disorder, Templin, Lexical Item

ASSESSMENTS Standardisedformal: norm referenced, allows for comparison of child performance to their normative peers, able to indicate: WNLbelow average Interviews and questionaries: allows further info to be obtained from...

Speech Pathology
SPTH1001
Joanne Walters
SPTH1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Speech-Language Pathology, Speech Production, Communicative Competence

CHILD SPEECH AND LANGUAGE WEEK 1, LECTURE 1: INTRODUCTION RANGE OF PRACTICE At any time, and entrylevel speech pathologist in Australia must be able to demonstrate competence in any unit in: Paediatric speech pathology pra...

Speech Pathology
SPTH1001
Joanne Walters
SPTH1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Intentionality, Hide-And-Seek, Phon

Rough guide to stage of language development Comprehension Length complexity 1 year old Everyday onepart expected information with gesture context, e.g. Wheres Mummy? 2 year old Everyday onepart expected information with...

Speech Pathology
SPTH1001
Joanne Walters
SPTH1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Sentence Processing, Present Continuous, Bound And Unbound Morphemes

Characteristics of first words Nouns predominate in first 50 words (Bates et. Al., 1994; Bornstein,et. Al, 2004 in Owens, 2016, p. 199) why? They are objects and they are consistant. Linguistically predictable. Single word...

Speech Pathology
SPTH1001
Joanne Walters
SPTH1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Consonant Cluster, Reduplication, Phonological Development

SPTH WEEK 4 PHONOLOGY Phonological Development A way of describing childrens speech variation from the adult form of the word Part of the normal speech acquisition process children go through phonological processes to atte...

Speech Pathology
SPTH1001
Joanne Walters
SPTH1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Phonetic Transcription, Vocal Tract, Fricative Consonant

SPTH SPEECH ACQUISITION Sounds (phonetic inventory) + mastery of vowels and consonants Phonology Intelligibility HOW MUCH THE LISTENER CAN UNDERSTAND SOUNDS Large scale studies agree on general points of development : Vowe...

Speech Pathology
SPTH1001
Joanne Walters
SPTH1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Motor Cortex, Temporal Lobe, Active Child

Week 3 SPTH CHILD SPEECH AND LANGUAGE WHY LOOK AT TYPICAL DEVELOPMENT? To determine whether a child is within normal limits. (WNL) To determine the presence of a delay and the severity of the delay Mild, mild moderate, mod...

Speech Pathology
SPTH1001
Joanne Walters
SPTH1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Grammatical Tense, Speech-Language Pathology, Peripheral Nervous System

SPTH LECTURE 3 Form, Content Use Some linguistic characteristics of developmental langauge disorder Form errors in: Speech production, phonological awareness inability to see rhymes for eg. Omission of grammatical tense ...

Speech Pathology
SPTH1001
Joanne Walters
SPTH1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: International Classification Of Functioning, Disability And Health, Speech-Language Pathology, Asperger Syndrome

SPTH LECTURE 2 INTRODUCTION TO THE INTERNATIONAL CLASSIFICATION OF FUNCTIONING, DISABILITY AND HEALTH (ICF) WHO world health organisation (2001) What is health? Wellbeing mental, emotion, physical Looking after yourself...

Speech Pathology
SPTH1001
Joanne Walters

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