Particular aspects of the speech and language therapy assessment

Aspecte particulare ale evaluării logopedice la elevii cu tulburări de învăţare

Particular aspects of the speech and language therapy assessment in learning disabilities context

Cristina VANCEA
Abstract

Phonological processing difficulties, reading and writing, as those encountered in calculation or in reading and writing tasks, should not be considered normal and transient, often representing pedagogical externalization of instrumental disorders. Early detection of these symptoms can be achieved by proper methods and individual evaluation tests. When those symptoms are not taken into account at the appropriate time, further improvements are needed exercises to be undertaken throughout the acquirement of a correct pronunciation, writing, reading and calculation. Also, it would be more difficult the further work to correct these learning disabilities

Keywords: instrumental disorders, phonological disorders, screening, speech and language therapy, learning disabilities
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DOI:10.26744/rrttlc.2017.3.1.08

Published on line: 15/03/2017

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The etiology and the symptomatology of the specific speech and language disorders

Etiologia şi caracteristicile tulburărilor specifice de limbaj

The etiology and the symptomatology of the specific speech and language disorders

Oana PREDA
Abstract

The etiology and the characteristics of specific language impairment. After “Mapping Theories”, with integrative and systemic perspective, the developmental language impairment involve the different deficits and disorders: a) the deficits of auditory processing and speech perception; b) the deficits of perception and awareness of phonemes; c) specific phonological deficit hypothesis; d) phonological memory deficits; e) the limitations in working memory capacity; f) the deficits of language memory circuits. This different deficits and disorders have the impact on lexical and morphological learning in the context of language impairment

Key words: specific language impairments, speech and language disorders, phonological disorders
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DOI: 10.26744/rrttlc.2016.2.2.08

Published on line: 15/10/2016

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Specific intervention methods

Metode şi procedee specifice de corectare a tulburărilor de articulare a fonemelor vocalice la şcolarii mici cu dizabilitate auditivă

Specific intervention methods and techniques for correcting vowels articulation disorder in pupils with hearing impairments

Lăcrămioara URSACHE
Abstract

Speech and language communication has different characteristics in hearing impaired persons. This article presents the most important aspects of communication in the hearing impairment context. Specific vowels articulation disorders in children with hearing impairment are discussed. Different methods and procedures used in speech and language therapy are presented: visual aids, dactilems, vocals prolongation, short vocals emission, short vowels emission in open syllables and closed syllables, diphthongs and triphtongs pronunciation. Individual needs are highlighted in a case study report, by choosing the best speech and language therapy methods and procedures when working with persons with hearing impairment.

Key words: vowels articulation, hearing impairments, phonological disorders, coarticulation
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DOI: 10.26744/rrttlc.2015.1.1.07

Published on line: 15/10/2015

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