Language Simplification – Phonological Processes
When your child is learning to speak, he or she will start with a simplified version of our speech. They do this because they are still learning how to coordinate their tongue, lips, jaw and palate to make the speech sounds that adults make. In the flashback video below Marnee Brick, SLP & TinyEYE Co-Founder compares simplification to learning the piano. You need to learn step by step – you don’t simply sit down and play a concerto without many years of practice.
See the full video below, as Marnee joins us from 2009 to explain language simplification, or phonological processes:
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