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Auditory processing Visual and auditory processing-NEW



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Auditory processing

Visual and auditory processing-NEW

  • Defined as: “An individual’s ability to perceive, analyze, synthesize and discriminate between patterns in speech and sound.”
  • Not related to language comprehension because the issue is with accurately perceiving the sounds not trying to make meaning from what you hear.
  • Difficulty with:
    • Sound-letter correspondence and phonemic awareness skills
    • Accurately perceiving speech and oral language
    • Acquiring foreign language
    • Developing receptive vocabulary
    • Musicality
    • Accurately hearing information presented orally
    • Resisting auditory distractions

Verbal and non-verbal expression

  • Expression came from SOAREM. It was defined as “communicating information.”
  • In rule, they have added the terms verbal and non-verbal.

Verbal and non-verbal Expression-impacts

  • Verbal
    • Reading
    • Acting*
    • Reciting
    • Speaking
    • Naming*
    • Sharing*
    • *Could be both

  • Non-verbal
    • Handwriting
    • Copying
    • Tracing
    • Illustrating
    • Showing*
    • Demonstrating*
    • Gesturing
    • Pointing
    • Creating
    • Drawing
    • Typing

Difficulty with:

Transfer of information

Motor control for written tasks

  • Defined as: The ability to use purposeful muscle movement for written tasks
  • Examples include: Slow effortful writing, poor pencil grip, lack of fluidity/automaticity

“I can’t read a word of this essay of yours. Excellent work.”

Questions regarding definitions of BPP’s




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