Using a facilitating phonetic context to reduce an unusual form of gliding

Kim Stringfellow, Sharynne McLeod

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Abstract

A case study is presented that describes the use of a facilitating phonetic context to decrease the occurrence of an unusual form of gliding. Initially, the child realized the phonemes /l/and /j/as the phone [1]. The process of developing differential phones involved systematic changes that were different from the expected route of development. The intervention technique, based on a facilitating phonetic context, resulted in adult productions of /l/and /j/. This study indicates the potential value of a key word approach in treatment for a recalcitrant phonological disorder.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)193-195
Number of pages3
JournalLanguage, Speech and Hearing Services in Schools
Volume25
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 01 Jul 1994

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