1.) Explain the difference between Cycles for Phonology and Traditional Articulation approaches. 2.) Describe and list the primary patterns targeted in the Cycles Approach. 3.) List and explain why secondary patterns are not typically targeted in Cycles Approach. 4.) Complete and score the Hodson Assessment of Phonological Processes-3 (HAPP-3).
5.) Design a Cycle based on the primary patterns using the HAPP-3 and the Cycles Guidelines and Organizational Chart.
- Overview of Cycles: Targeting Patterns vs. Individual Phonemes
- Difference between Phonology/Apraxia and Traditional Articulation Therapy; Norms
- Review Hodson’s Assessment of Phonological Processes-3 (HAPP-3) Forms
- Scoring of HAPP-3 Sample Transcript
- Determination of Targets and Cycles Defined
- Design your FIRST Cycle using the Cycles Guidelines and Organizational Chart
- Review Cycles Guidelines and Organizational Chart to Develop Cycle 1
1.) Identify the difference between consonantal /r/ and volcalic /r/ and which to target first. 2.) List the order in which you should drill /r/ (consonantal and volcalic) and the percentages required at each level. 3.) Describe and demonstrate co-articulation and its application to volcalic /r/.
Let’s Hear It For R! Agenda:
Step 1: Learn how to establish Initial /r/ with nonsense words AVOID /er/
Step 2: Drilling of initial /r/ using Webber’s Articulation Drill book or similar books.
Step 3: Drilling of initial /r/ at the phrase and sentence level
Step 4: Coarticulation
Step 5: Drop coarticulation and move on to final /r/ phrases and sentences