Speech sound acquisition

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Abstract

From the moment children are born they vocalize. Refinement of this vocalization into intelligible speech takes many years while children's body structures develop, and their perception and production systems become more sophisticated and attuned to their ambient language. This chapter explores typical or normal speech sound acquisition. At the beginning of this chapter we consider the reasons it is important for speech-language pathologists (SLPs) to understand typical speech sound acquisition, models of speech sound acquisition, and the research methods that have been employed to understand how children learn to produce speech sounds. The remainder of this chapter examines children's speech sound acquisition of English, from infancy to the school years. A comprehensive appendix summarizes data on speech sound acquisition of English.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationArticulation and phonological disorders
Subtitle of host publicationSpeech sound disorders in children
EditorsNicholas W Bankson John E Bernthal, Peter Flipsen Jnr Peter Flipsen Flipsen Jnr
Place of PublicationBoston, MA
PublisherPearson Education
Pages58-113
Number of pages56
Edition7th
ISBN (Print)9780132612630
Publication statusPublished - 2013

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Speech Sounds
Vocalization
Research Methods
Language
Speech-language Pathologists
School Year
Infancy

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  • FT0990588

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McLeod, S. (2013). Speech sound acquisition. In N. W. B. J. E. Bernthal, & P. F. J. P. F. Flipsen Jnr (Eds.), Articulation and phonological disorders: Speech sound disorders in children (7th ed., pp. 58-113). [3] Boston, MA: Pearson Education.
McLeod, Sharynne. / Speech sound acquisition. Articulation and phonological disorders: Speech sound disorders in children. editor / Nicholas W Bankson John E Bernthal ; Peter Flipsen Jnr Peter Flipsen Flipsen Jnr. 7th . ed. Boston, MA : Pearson Education, 2013. pp. 58-113
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