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If you do not want ASHA CEUs, please leave the "ASHA Account Number" field blank ASHA Account Number *Or, only if you are NOT an ASHA member, please complete the field below which is most appropriate. If you are not an ASHA member or CCC holder, you must be licensed or credentialed to practice speech-language pathology (SLP) or audiology or preparing to practice to earn ASHA CEUs. *LICENSED Enter your state and license number *CERTIFIED Enter your state/organization name and number *CLINICAL FELLOW Enter your supervisor name and his/her ASHA number *STUDENT If you are enrolled in a graduate program in SLP or audiology, enter your university name and expected graduation date LEARNING ASSESSMENT Please feel free to reference your book or the lecture while answering questions. 1. Advancement through the seven stages is marked by periods of fast and slow skill acquisition. * True or False... True False 2. The seven stages should be regarded as rigid because, as is true of all developmental explanations of growth, there is no overlap of one stage and another. * True or False... True False 3. All speech movements begin as gross movements which are later honed into fine, specific skills. * True or False... True False 4. Pretend connected-speech really begins in Stage 6 with jargoning, word-jargonong and whispering. * True or False... True False 5. Closed syllables are an advanced skill and there is a tremendous amount of learning that takes place before reaching that level. * True or False... True False 6. Projecting, intoning, and laughing are all components of which stage? * Please select... Stage 1: Preparing Stage 2: Speechifying Stage 4: Oscillating/Babbling 7. During which stage does the child begin creating primitive sequences? * Please select... Vowelizing Oscillating/Babbling Diphthongizing 8. In typical development, Stages 1-3 dominate the first six months of life, and Stage 4 dominates from six-months until about what age? * Please select... 12 months 24 months 36 months 9. During which stage does the child experiment with vibrating, popping, and fricating? * Please select... Stage 1: Preparing Stage 3: Honing Stage 5: Solidifying 10. The seven stages should be viewed as what kind of program? * Please select... 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