In order to comprehend the phonologies of children with functional phonological disorders, one must first understand how phonologies work. In each chapter of this textbook, Shelley Velleman considers one component of phonology. Normal function is explained, using examples from multiple languages and expected phonological development. Velleman gives clear definitions of the disorders and stops throughout the text to explain how phonology works--making a tough topic simple. Clinical case examples and corresponding practical worksheets are provided for analysis of phonological development while the author also makes suggestions for intervention. Each chapter concludes with an overview of related phonological theory. Making Phonology Functional combines theory and application in a simple and effective manner that will prove useful for any student or Speech-Language Pathologist. Table of Contents: Concepts and Definitions; Phonotactics: Word And Syllable-Level Patterns; Phones and Features; Contrast; Phonological Patterns; Phonological Systems: A Longitudinal Case Study Appendix A: Commercial Assessment Material; Appendix B: Examples of Stress Patterns; Appendix C: International Phonetic Alphabet Symbols Used in this book
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Titolo: Making Phonology Functional - What Do I Do First?
Editore: Elsevier - Butterworth - Heinemann
Finitura: Copertina flessibile
Misure: 21x27 cm
Peso: 0.6 kg