Transcribing Child Language Across Dialects of English
Most clinicians learned to transcribe samples for children who speak General American English (GAE), yet many clients speak dialects that differ from GAE. When a child doesn't speak GAE, clinicians also often do not know when a child's production of a word, inflection, or phrase should be considered appropriate or inappropriate for a child's dialect. This talk will present transcription and coding guidelines to use with children who speak a variety of English dialects that differ from GAE.
November 1, 4:00 am - December 1, 3:59 am GMT
To be eligible to receive ASHA CEUs for this course offering, the exam, course evaluation, and CE opt in form must be completed and submitted by December 15, 2023 3:59 am GMT.
This course is offered for 0.05 ASHA CEUs Intermediate Level
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