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Phonology

Phonology

       iOS Universal

Phonology lets you give more Speech Therapy for children with unintelligible speech! This app is an auditory discrimination activity that helps children hear the difference between words like “stop” and “top” and say words like “cap” and “spoon”.

Colorful drawings to hold children’s interest as they practice their good speech. The app is based on the Hodson model of Phonological Processing. It is appropriate for children ages 3-5 with impaired speech intelligibility.

A clear speech model is presented for the child to imitate and they can record and play back their own speech. The clinician can choose from three scoring methods. 1. Score each response as correct, distorted or incorrect. 2. Score responses as correct, distorted, substituted, or omitted. 3. Score productions based on whether they are spontaneously correct/incorrect or imitatively correct/incorrect.

This app is based on the Word Practice game from LocuTour’s Phonology I CD.

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Updated for iOS7.


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Last changed:
Jan 13, 2014
Category:
Education
Developer:
Learning Fundamentals, Inc.
Version:
1.0.4
Size:
31.4 MB

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