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Un problema mal planteado: El lenguaje como habilidad innata o adquirida 2. Relaciones entre el pensamiento, la cultura, y el lenguaje 3. Los componentes del lenguaje 3.

Las relaciones interfaces entre los componentes 4. Los primeros estudios dedicados al lenguaje infantil 4. La primera mitad del siglo xx 4. Los antecedentes inmediatos y la actualidad 5. Lengusje soluciones adaptativas 1. Comparaciones con otras especies 2.

Bases perceptivas en el desarrollo inicial del lenguaje 5. Bases sociales y cognoscitivas del lenguaje 1. Funciones de los gestos, miradas y vocalizaciones 3. Significados y experiencias compartidas: El papel de las imitaciones de los adultos: Las modificaciones del habla de los adultos 6.

Las unidades de procesamiento 2. De los socialixado producidos en el balbuceo a las primeras palabras: Criterios para el reconocimiento del uso socializaeo de las palabras iniciales 5. Funciones comunicativas que cumplen las primeras palabras y contextos de uso 5. Primeras combinaciones de palabras 6. El modelo generativo-transformacional 6. El habla gramatical 7. Criterios de productividad 7. Errores e inconsistencias 7. Claves para el aprendizaje piage. El significado lleva a la sintaxis 8.

Las modalidades oracionales 2. Las oraciones compuestas 3. Datos sobre el desarrollo de las oraciones compuestas y a partir de los estudios disponibles sobre las lenguas castellana y catalana 3.

Algunos factores explicativos aducidos sobre el desarrollo de las oraciones compuestas 3. El desarrollo de la referencia y otros mecanismos cohesivos 4. Los cambios del registro 2. Actos de habla 3. Algunas consideraciones sobre la emergencia del discursivo conectado 4. La capacidad de evaluar el estado mental del oyente lo que sabe y el lenguaje descontextualizado 4.

El papel del adulto en el origen de las narraciones. El acceso a la capacidad de narrar 5.

Auditory verbal strategies to build listening and spoken language skills Tipo de documento: Lectura Etapas de desarrollo: Infancia Nota de contenido: Table of contents Introduction acoustic highlighting Ask “what did you hear? Auditory verbal strategies to build listening and spoken language skills.

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Part I Tipo de documento: Children with hearing loss: Developing listening and talking Tipo de documento: To Carmen and my dear friends at Clave — With love and admiration! Sordera Etapas de desarrollo: Terapia Nota de contenido: The “essential question” that drives technological and intervention recommendations 2 The audiovestibular system The nature of sound Unconscious function Signal warning function Spoken communication function Acoustics Audinility versus intelligibility of speech The Ling sound test: Acoustic basis and description Audiovestibular structures Data input analogy Outer and middle ear Inner ear to the brain The vestibular system: Minimal to profound Timing: How does a child learn to talk?

Relevance for intervetnion decisions How should intervention be organized? What gets talked about? What does motherese sound like? Say it or play it again 5. Let’s keep talk ing 7. Responsiveness Issues about motherese How long is motherese used Motherese: Application and instructions for the Ling sound test Appendix 3: Explanation for items on the framework Appendix 5: Selected resources Appendix 7: Description and practice of listening and spoken language spechialists: Listening and spoken language domains adressed in this book Glossary References Index.

Contents Preface Acknowledgments 1 Neurological foundations of listening and talking Key points presented in the chapter Introduction Typical infants: The question that lenguajw technological and intervention recommendations 2 The auditory system Key points presented in the chapter The nature of sound Unconscious lenguajw Signal warning function Spoken communication function Acoustics Audinility versus intelligibility of speech The Ling sound test: Acoustic basis and description Ear mechanisms Data input analogy Outer and middle ear Inner ear to the brain The vestibular system: Plural Pubc In this day piiaget age, we are dealing with a vastly different population of children with hearing loss, a population that never before in history have we had.

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With this new population, whose hearing loss is identified at birth, we can now prevent the developmental and communicative effects of hearing loss that were so common just a few years ago.

With these babies and young children, we can now work primarily from a developmental and preventive perspective rather than from a remedial, corrective one. What has happened in the field of hearing loss is revolutionary.

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This second edition of Developing Listening and Talking, Birth to Six remains a dynamic compilation of crucially important information for the facilitation of auditorally-based spoken language for today’s infants and young children with hearing loss.

This text is intended for graduate level training programs for professionals who work with children who have hearing loss and their families teachers, therapists, speech-language pathologists, and audiologists.

In addition, the book will be of great interest to undergraduate speech-language-hearing programs, early childhood education and intervention programs, and parents of children who have hearing loss. Responding to the crucial need for a comprehensive text, this book provides a framework for the skills and knowledge necessary to help parents promote listening and spoken language development. This second edition covers current and up-to-date information about hearing, listening, auditory technology, auditory development, spoken language development, and intervention for young children with hearing loss whose parents have chosen to have them learn to listen and talk.

Information about preschool program selection and management has been included. The text also features a revised auditory development checklist.

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This appendix lists the competencies required for the LSLS, socialziado references each chapter of the book with regard to those requirements. This book is unique in its scholarly, yet thoroughly readable style. Numerous illustrations, charts, and graphs illuminate key ideas.

This second edition should be the foundation of the personal and professional libraries of students, clinicians, and parents who are interested in listening and spoken language outcomes for children with hearing loss. Tony o Scene II: How Does a Child Learn to Talk? What Gets Talked About? What Does Motherese Sound Like? Say It or Play It Again o 5. Plural Pub Language handicap in children Tipo de documento: Crystal, DavidAutor Editorial: Developing lenguajw in special education num.

Oralidad Discapacidad Etapas de desarrollo: Evaluating the need Chapter 2. Depth of detail Chapter 3. A biological perspective 2. The acquisition of gramar lenguajf. Assessment and remediation 1. An integrated approach Appendix A:

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