Articulation In Speech Therapy - Stewart Home & School

Articulation In Speech Therapy

Speech Articulation

Liz practices her play part song in speech therapy to help her articulate the words in the song more clearly. The song is slow enough to allow for correct articulation. She is watching the screen with the words, and listening to the music at the same time while making sure she pronounces each word clearly from beginning to end, not dropping the endings or running the words together.  Liz has a tendency to speak at a very fast rate and the music and words on the screen gives her the parameters, both visual and auditory cues, to slow down her rate because she is looking at the words on the screen along with following the pace of the music. This provides her with the visual and auditory cues feedback to assist her in learning the words and practicing the rate of speech to maximize her speech intelligibility while singing the song.

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