EDSL 391 (3) Clinical Phonetics
Students learn to describe, analyze and transcribe typically produced
and disordered speech sounds. The importance and application of phonetic
transcription in the assessment of individuals with communication
disorders is examined. Students will learn techniques for citation and
intelligibility assessment. Knowledge of typical and disordered
development is incorporated to aid in diagnostic and therapy decisions.
Students analyze child and adult speech samples to differentially
diagnose articulation and phonological disorders.
Class is taught in whole online via the internet. It is also
a requirement to participate in the fully online, one hour Live Chat throughout
the entire course each Wednesday from 6:00pm - 7:00pm.
Note: Matriculated students MUST register using their MyCsusm portal.
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