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Bt5 - terminology

Lang Dis Birth-5

Register switching Change of language when power is in the equation. (e.g., instructor talking to student.)
Code switching Change of language involving dialect or language (English vs. Spanish; Standard American English vs. African American English Vernacular)
Cognition Awareness of oneself and other things impacts learner and must precede language ■Once language comes in, it should interact and intertwine ■Motor ability, fine motor movements
Intentionality Ability to engage in purposeful behavior
Intentional communication Deliberate intent to communicate
Stages of intentionality ○ Perlocutionary stage: pre-intentional. ○ Illocutionary stage ■ Intentional, pre-linguistic ○ Locutionary stage ■ Intentional, linguistic
Gross motor development Pertains to the way a child uses large muscle groups to balance, move things, and ambulate: ○ Crawling ○ Creeping ○ Standing ○ Walking ○ Running ○ Skipping ○ Jumping
Sensory-motor processing Ability to transmit information regarding contact between the body and the environment via one or more sensory systems to the brain for integration. The brain then tells the motor system to respond.
Sensory systems (7) visual, auditory, tactile, gustatory, olfactory, vestibular and proprioceptive
Syndrome Collection of symptoms or signs viewed as “running together” and often having a common cause. ○ Language deficits can be associated symptoms of a syndrome
Nonsyndromic Few additional symptoms or anomalies.
Created by: ashea01



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