Phonology, Language and Literacy (CSCD3082)
UNIT OF STUDY
Students will acquire in-depth knowledge in the study of phonology, language and literacy as they relate to children and adolescents with communication disorders. This unit will cover the interactions between phonology, language and literacy in both acquisition and impairment. Students will learn how spoken language and expressive phonology both influence literacy acquisition. Students will examine theoretical models of reading and phonological processing, and how these models can be used to understand and manage spoken and written communication impairments in school aged children.
Further unit of study information
clinical report (50%) and 2-hr final exam (50%)
Kamhi, A. & Catts, H. (2012). Language and Reading Disabilities (3rd Ed.) Boston:Allyn & Bacon.
Paul, R & Norbury, C. (2012) Language disorders: From infancy through adolescence (4th ed) Mosby; NY. 618.92855/PAU
Faculty/department permission required?
Unit of study rules
Prerequisites and assumed knowledge
CSCD2057 and (CSCD1033 or CSCD2068) and (CSCD2066 or CSCD2067)
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