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Phonology RULE-BASED system that governs how particular speech sounds are used to produce meaningful words; the systematic organization of sounds in a particular language.
Phonological process Systematic, rule-based techniques that children use to simplify adult speech. They are developmental in nature.
Difference a rule-based language style that deviates from the standard use of mainstream communication.
Disorder a significant discrepancy in language skills from what would be expected for a client’s age and developmental level when compared to peers. May be rule-based, but NOT typical.
Dialect a regional or cultural variation within a language that is used by a particular group of speakers.
Poly-dialectic able to navigate a group of dialects successfully.
Code switching ability to change dialects appropriately when entering different situations and/or speaking with different communication partners.
Articulation the motor production of speech sounds with regard to voice, place, manner.
Created by: ashea01