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1

What are the first speech sounds?

Cooing and babbling.

2

How does one become a communicator?

Has joint attention, give-and-take, exposed to preverbal gestures.

3

If hearing is not restored until after age 2, what happens?

Children remain behind in language development.

4

If implantation occurs after age 4, what happens?

language delays are severe and persistent.

5

What are the first type of words learned?

Underextension and overextensions.

6

What is an under extension?

Look up in text.

7

What is an overextension?

Look up in text.

8

What do children show when they are first beginning to speak?

Two word utterances "me cup." Show a steady, continuous increase in the rate of word learning through preschool years.

9

What is telegraphic speech?

Look up in text.

10

When does Toddler's comprehension of spoken language increase dramatically?

Over the second year.

11

What are the individual and cultural differences in language development?

Gender, temperament, environment (SES, child-directed speech), language style, language delay.

12

What is the referential language style?

Heavy emphasis on learning words for objects

13

What is the expressive language style?

Emphasis on the feeling around objects.

14

How do you support early language development in infants?

Respond to coos and babbles, establish and respond to joint attention, play social games.

15

How do you support early language development in toddlers?

Play make-believe together, have frequent conversations, read to toddlers often and talk about the books.

16

How many infants in the united states are born deaf?

2-3 out of every 1, 000.

17

What percent of deaf children have hearing parents who are not fluent in sign language?

90 percent.

18

What has a positive impact on language, cognitive and social outcomes for infants who are deaf?

Intervention within the first year of life.