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Language Devel. 3/7

norms compare a child's performance to what the child ought to be doing
Phonology complete 7-7 1/2 years
unacceptable errors omissions, initial position of omission,
substitution best substitution is place only, most advanced, ex. th/s okay for 4 yrs but not 5-6
examining types of errors consistency, kind, impact on intelligibility
morphology subsystem of language concerned with words and their parts as units of meaning
morpheme smallest unit of meaning that has a distinct meaning or function, consists of one or more phonemes
free morpheme unit of meaning that can stand alone to convey meaning
bound morpheme unit of meaning that must be attached to a free morpheme to convey meaning, prefix/suffix
derivational bound morpheme prefix/suffix that change a whole class of words, ex. electric->electricity
inflectional bound morpheme suffixes which change the state or increase the precision of a free morpheme,
allomorph equivalent form of morpheme, determined on the basis of context, phonological-morphological-syntactic
phonological varies with the phonological context within which it occurs
morphological varies with the specific morpheme with which it is combined
syntactic varies depending on the syntax of the utterance