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    Based on this diagnosis, a treatment plan has been established in order to assist J.A. with her speech. The focus of therapy would be to increase her intelligibility and focus primarily on limiting the frequency of phonological processes and increasing the functionally of her speech. The Cycles approach will be implemented to provide systematic correction of several phonemes simultaneously. This approach will also positively affect J.A. intelligibility more quickly given the multiple errors that she produces. The Cycles approach incorporates perceptual training through auditory bombardment, coloring activities and verbal production. This is will help the client with multiple stimulation of the targeted therapy, helping with perception and awareness. Below is a list of 3 long term goals to help J.A. with her speech production. Each long term goal has 3 short term goals associated in order to provide therapy techniques to increase the likelihood of obtaining these long term expectation. The goals are as follows: Long Term Goal #1: The client will produce all final consonants with 80% accuracy Baseline: 2/20 opportunities: 10% (as of 11/30/16) Short term Goals: 1) The client will produce /p/ in the final position with 80% accuracy 2) The client will produce /t/ in the final position with 80% accuracy 3) The client will produce…

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    Introduction Before a child enters school, the child has some knowledge of language and how words work. Children are innately curious and teachers in early childhood programs need to foster children’s early literary through research based, developmentally appropriate literacy activities that fosters the essential skills that students need in order to build the foundation for learning to read. A huge component of this type of instruction is phonological awareness, which is an umbrella terms that…

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    aspect of language as well as specialization. This is because their calls are specialized for the type of predator or object. However, the prairie dogs don’t just speak when predators are around. They also communicate when there aren’t any predators around. For example, when one prairie dog jumps up and make the ‘yippee’ call, another will respond. This happens even when there doesn’t seem to be any visual context as to why. This is why their language uses control, spontaneous usage, and turn…

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    encourage academic achievement, a child will fall behind in school quickly. It is widely known that every language varies in its number and type of phonemes. It is easy for an individual to identify a sound that is not in his or her language, but sometimes it is hard to generate that new sound. Spanish-English bilingual children typically have trouble knowing what sounds an English grapheme makes because of their existing knowledge on what sounds that same grapheme makes in Spanish. In one…

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    Phonemic Awareness

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    Phonemic Awareness is the ability to hear, identify, and manipulate individual sounds-phonemes in spoken words. Before children learn to read, they should become aware of sounds. They should understand speech from sounds, or phonemes (the smallest part of sound in a spoken word). Phonemic Awareness improves students' reading comprehension and allows young readers to build another important element of reading. There are three main elements of phonemic awareness: syllables, rhymes , and…

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    Gillam and Ford created a dynamic assessment to observe the associations concerning performance on a nonverbal phoneme deletion, word-level reading, and speech sound production that require verbal responses for school-age children with speech sound disorders. The participants involved in the study were ten school-age children and were evaluated form speech production, phonological awareness, and word reading levels. Literature Review: The literature reviews the points in the relation of…

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    I will use an open picture sort to explicitly teach what sound the vowel in various words is making. 2) The Phonemic Section of the Phonological/Phonemic Awareness Assessment shows that Steven needs help in blending words. By using Duck Lips and Syllable Stomping, Steven will be able to increase his awareness of phonemes in words. The instruction will first start with syllables and then move to phonemes, once Steven is successful at a simpler level. 3) Based on the Dolch Word List assessment,…

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    Phonemic Awareness

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    The authors share similar viewpoint and beliefs that will prove to show significant connections to D.B’s lack of concentration. They discuss the importance of Phonemic Awareness instruction as the foundation for all other platforms of instruction to be built upon. For example when spoken language is misinterpreted (the three phoneme the word bug, Bu, Ha and Gu when they are substituted with an with a leading constant the word changes with because the sound changed Hug ) the shift of one vowel…

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    How do phonotactic rules impact a child’s phonological development? From an early age, infants begin using phonotactic cues to parse streams of speech. They also become attuned to the probability that certain sounds will occur in general and in specific places of syllables and words. A child will use his/her knowledge of these probabilities to segment a potential word boundary following a sequence. Knowing phonotactic probabilities—and improbabilities—enables an infant to segment novel, or new,…

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    word from the letters and the child would have to separate the sounds in the word. They can do this task by counting on their fingers. To increase difficulty, the child would have to choose the correct letters that make up the word. I would continue adding more vowels and consonants to the letter cards to increase the difficulty and length of the words. This suggestion would be for children starting in kindergarten and after the child gains some phonemic awareness, difficulty can be increased.…

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