Multisensory Teaching of Basic Language Skills

qualitative research
Research that collects data through various kinds of observations
quantitative research
Research in which results are based on a large sample that is representative of the population
experimental research
Research in which the subjects are randomly assigned to experimental and control groups
quasi-experimental research
Research conducted without randomized assignment of subjects to experimental and control groups
metacognition
Deliberate rearrangement of information
left temporal cortex
Area of the brain for language comprehension
left frontal cortex
Area of the brain for speech production
occipital cortex
Area of the brain for visual processing
auditory
Related to hearing
visual
Related to seeing
modality
A specific sensory pathway
kinesthetic
Related to muscle movement and memory
multisensory
Pertaining to the simultaneous use of multiple senses
tactile
related to touch
word blindness
Early term for dyslexia
angular gyrus
Area of the brain for visual-verbal associations. (Linking symbol to sound)
dyslexia
A specific language-based disorder characterized by difficulty with single-word reading
metalinguistics
Awareness if language as an entity
aspiration
Puff of air
suprasegmentals
The melody of speech–stress, pitch, loudness, and so forth
pragmatics
Use of language
affixes
Prefixes and suffixes
dyspraxia
Speech problems caused by sensorimotor disruption
phonology, morphology, syntax
Domains of language
dysarthria
Speech problems caused by musculature weaknesses
schwa
The sound / /
semantics
Content of language

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