pitch, timbre, volumeOne of 4 classification for language disorders.
any kind of abnormality in the vibration of the vocal fold (ie. hoarseness)
created when sound passes through the vocal tract. (nasal)
condition that affects the ability to produce coherent and fluent communication.2 of 4 classifications of language disorders.
StutteringUnder Fluency Disorders
multiple false starts or the inability to produce the intended sounds.
ClutteringUnder Fluency Disorders
communication in an excessively fast mode that makes comprehension difficult.
sound production, most common is lisping3 of 4 classifications of language disorders.
produce the sound /s/, /sh/, /z/, /ch/ with tongue between the upper and lower teeth.
Cooperative Learning Procedures
1-Identify2-Research3-Investigate4-Organize5-Present6-Self-eval and Group-eval
a style that allows speachers the option of deviating form the main topic without being penalized.
The Speaking Checklist
1-Stickes to topic. 2-Builds support for the subject. 3-Speaks clearly 4- Takes turns and waits to talk 5- Talks so others in the group can hear 6-Speaks smoothly 7-Uses courteous language 8-Presents in an organized and interesting way 9-Supports the topical thesis 10-Answers questions effectively11-Is comfortable speaking publicly 12- Maintains listeners’ interest 13-Volunteers to answer in class.
by providing questions before and after the listening activity.
Language processing disorders
caused by a brain-based disturbance called aphasia. There are 3 types: Receptive, Expressive, and Global.
“sensory aphasia”results from a lesion to a region in the upper back part of the tempral lobe of the brain. Creates problems with listening comphension and retrieval of words from memory.(ie.
.repeating formulaic phrases and producing unitelligible sequences of words or sounds.)
results from damage to the lower back part of the frontal lobe.
Affects the speaking ability with problems in articulation and fluency.(ie. very slow speech and short sentences)
“irreversible aphasia”a brain-based disorder that affects both the receptive and expressive features of language.No known help for this disorder.