Identifying Residual Speech Sound Disorders in Bilingual Children: A Japanese-English Case Study
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This program describes the assessment of residual speech sound disorders (SSD) in bilinguals, and presents a case study of an 11-year-old to demonstrate parallel speech assessments in English and Japanese. A review of Japanese phonology is provided to offer a context for understanding the transfer of Japanese to English productions.
You will be able to:
- explain how one distinguishes second-language-acquisition speech patterns from misarticulations
- describe how assessment of domains, such as speech motor control and phonological awareness, can provide a more complete understanding of SSDs in bilinguals
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5/11/2011 to 2/20/2014