Students will acquire an understanding of normal aspects of articulation and phonological development, the nature of phonological and articulatory impairments in children and techniques for assessment, analysis, diagnosis and intervention including audiological aspects of speech production and perception.
1x2hr lecture/week, 1x1hr observation of treatment/week, 1x1hr tutorial/ week, audiometry practical classes
phonological processes quiz - (20% barrier task) and group case assignment 10 pages (40%) and case exam (40%)
Rvachew, S. and Brosseau-Lapré, F. (2012) Developmental Phonological Disorders: Foundations of Clinical Practice. Plural Publishing, San Diego
This unit of study is a prerequisite for CSCD5027