Test Answers on Chapter 10 Quiz

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communication requires
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encoding and decoding
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encoding, or sending messages is referred to as
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expressive language
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phonology refers to linguistic rules governing
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particular sounds and how they are sequenced
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the meanings and concepts people attach to words and sentences are referred to as
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semantics
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all of the following are examples of speech disorders except
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semantic disorder
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it is difficult to estimate the prevalence of communication disorders primarily because
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there is so much overlap with other categories of disability
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approximately what percentage of children identified for special education receives services primary for speech or language disorders
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20%
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which statement is true concerning the comparison between the language of a normally developing child and one with a language disorder
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the sequence of development is similar, but milestones are reached at later years by the child with a disorder
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many children do not learn to produce all speech sounds correctly until they
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are 3 years old
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the theory that language depends on brain development and proper brain functioning and that language disorders resulting from brain dysfunction can sometimes be compensated for is the theory of
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biological maturation
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at present, which theory of communication is considered to have the most direct implications for speech language pathologists and teachers
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pragmatic or social interaction
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each of the following statements about classification of language disorders is true except
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difficulty in using language in social interactions and relationships is an exclusive feature of secondary language disorders
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specific language impairment refers to
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language disorders with no identifiable cause
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a failure of the child to understand the rules for producing the sounds of their language at an age appropriate level and in a culturally appropriate way represents
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phonological disorders
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the dimensions of voice are
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pitch, loudness, and quality
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what percentage of children and adults are considered stutterers
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1%
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due to a brain injury, ethan has difficulty selecting and sequencing speech. he knows he makes errors and what he wants to say, but simply cannot. henrys condition is
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acquired apraxia
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the primary role of the classroom teacher is to facilitate development of which aspect of language
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pragmatics
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which one of the following is an example of an alternative question asking strategy
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reducing the complexity of a question
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the ability to transfer written words into speech is
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decoding
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all of the following are guidelines that teachers and parents can follow when talking with children with speech and language disorders except
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lead the discussion
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which of the following statements about written language development is true
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as students progress throughout the grades, written language takes on increasing importance
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methods of progress monitoring that involve a cycle of teaching, followed by testing, and then reteaching as necessary are
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dynamic assessments
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much of a childs language and social development depend on two characteristics of language interaction the child has with caregivers. what are the characteristics
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nature and quantity of the langauge
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each of the following statements about adolescents and adults with speech and language problems is true except
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the loss of the ability to speak is typically more disabling than the loss of the ability to use language

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