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Articulation Therapy Model
By Pam Marshalla
Q: You said something in a class recently that I did not write down, and I wish I had. It was about the relationships between oral motor, phonemes, and phonology in therapy. Can you repeat it here?
I think you are referring to this statement:
Movements create the phonemes that are used in phonological patterns to express the language for use in conversation and literacy.