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Midterm (pt 3)


Benefits of LSA - Effective way to gauge... (4) Syntax, Morphology, Semantics, Pragmatics
Benefits of LSA - Syntax (MLU, word relations, word order, grammar, clausal structure
Benefits of LSA - Morphology singularity/plurality, verb tensing, prefix/suffix use
Benefits of LSA - Semantics word use, effectiveness of expressive language, accuracy of language comprehension
Benefits of LSA - Pragmatics communicative intent/initiations, appropriateness of responses, topic maintenance
Benefits of LSA - Can be used to... (3) Develop treatment plans. Determine change over time. Admit or discharge from tx.
Benefits of LSA - Is a naturalistic way to capture... (2) Capture real-life interactions. Typical representation of a child’s natural language skills
Benefits of LSA - Assesses... (3) USE (baseline measures); FORM; and CONTENT (in the context of USE).
Benefits of LSA - Provides... (1) functional/specific information. Standardized tests provide broad information and miss subtleties.
Limitations of LSA (6) Time constraints. Financial constraints. Lack of comfort with syntax. Lack of confidence in results. Few norms for comparison (i.e., MLU, TTR, T-units). Higher-ups (i.e., principals, supervisors) want test scores, others are unaware of the benefits.
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