HHB3002 - Phonetics and Phonology
|1.||Interrogate the changes of typical communication over the life span relating to a range of dimensions such as vocal quality, fluency of speech, speech sounds, and oral and written language and distil the impacts of influential factors on developmental trajectories;|
|2.||Describe the changes in aspects of typical swallowing over the life span, and hypothesise the reasons for these changes and their impact of peoples' quality of life;|
|3.||Differentiate between and explain the different patterns of communication and swallowing apparent within and across different groups and populations of people;|
|4.||Differentiate between the different Englishes that are used in Australia and forecast the implications of these differences for individuals, their communities and the community at large; and|
|5.||Commentate on how these changes in communication and swallowing development across the lifespan related to the speech pathology discipline.|
|Test||Quiz on content covered in first half of unit (30mins)||15%|
|Presentation||Group presentations of case study in 4 parts presented weekly on one allocated aspect of communication and swallowing development (1500 words a group)||40%|
|Case Study||Group summary of a case (500 words per group)||20%|
|Examination||Based on the unit content (1hr)||25%|
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