A

ADHD

Alliteration

Alphabet Knowledge

Alphabetic

Alphabetic Principle

Anomia

Antonym

Applied Behavioral Analysis

Apraxia of Speech

Articulation

Asperger's Syndrome

Assessment

Assessment Process

Attention

Attention Deficit Disorder

Audiogram

Audiologist

Audiology

Auditory Acuity

Auditory Discrimination

Auditory Perception

Auditory Processing

Auditory Processing Disorder (APD)

Auditory Sequential Memory

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

Autism, Autistic Disorder (AD)

Autistic Savant

Automaticity

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Behavior Modification

Bilingual

Bilingualism

Blending

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Case History

Central Auditory Processing Disorder

Cerebral Palsy

Chunking

Circumlocution

Cleft Lip and Cleft Palate

Co-Morbidity

Coarticulation

Cochlea

Cochlear Implant

Code Switching

Communication

Communication Disorder

Complex Sentence

Complex Syllables

Complex Syntax

Composition Skills

Comprehension Monitoring

Conductive Hearing Loss

Confrontation Naming

Congenital

Connotative Meaning

Consonant

Consonant Cluster

Content

Conversation

Conversational Discourse

Criterion-Referenced Assessments

Cultural Context

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Decodable Text

Decodable Words

Decoding

Denotative Meaning

Dependent Clause

Developmental Language Disorder

Diagnostic Assessments

Dialects

Digraph

Diphthongs

Disability

Discourse

Distinctive Feature

Dolch Words

Dysarthria

Dysfluency

Dysgraphia

Dyslexia

Dysphagia

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Early Alphabetic

Echolalia

Egocentric Speech

Emergent Literacy

Emotional Regulation

Empathizing

Encode

Etiology

Evaluation

Evidence-Based Practice (EBP)

Executive Functioning

Executive Tasks

Expository Narrative

Expository Text

Expressive Abilities

Expressive Language

Expressive Lexicon

Expressive Vocabulary

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Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

Fictional Narrative

Figurative Speech

Five Essential Components

Fluency

Form

Fronting

Fry Words

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Generalization

Grammar

Grapheme

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Hearing

Hearing Impairment

High Frequency Words

Hyperlexia

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Idiom

IEP

Impulsivity

Inclusion

Independent Clause

Individualized Education Program (IEP)

Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)

Inner Language

Intellectual Ability

Intelligibility

Interjection

Interrogative Sentences

Intervention

Intonation

Invented Spelling

Irregular Words

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Kinesthetic

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Language

Language Comprehension

Language Content

Language Delay

Language Difference

Language Disorder

Language Form

Language Function or Language Use

Language Impairment

Language Production

Language-Learning Disablity

Larynx

Late Talker

Later Alphabetic

Learning Disablility

Least Restrictive Environment (LRE)

Letter Recognition

Letter-Sound Correspondence

Lexical Semantics

Lexicon

Linguistic Competence

Linguistics

Literacy

Literal Question

Long-Term Memory (LTM)

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Manner of Articulation

Metalinguistics

Metaphor

Metathetic Errors

Microcephaly

Misarticulations

Mixed Hearing Loss

Modeling

Monotone

Morpheme

Morphology

Motor Apraxia

Multimodality Approach

Multisensory

Multisensory Systematic Phonics

Multisyllabic

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Naming

Narrative

Narrative Text

Negative Sentences

Neurolinguists

Non-Verbal Learning Disability (NVD or NVLD)

Nonlinguistics

Nonliteral Language

Nonphonetic Word

Nonverbal IQ (also called performance IQ)

Norm-Referenced Tests

Normative Research

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Onset-Rime

Open-Ended Questions

Oral Communication

Oral Language

Orthography

Otitis Media

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Perseveration

Pervasive Developmental Disorder - not otherwise specified (abbreviated PDD-NOS)

Phonation

Phoneme

Phoneme Blending

Phoneme Deletion

Phoneme Discrimination

Phoneme Identification

Phoneme-Grapheme Correspondence

Phoneme-Grapheme Mapping

Phonemic Awareness

Phonemic Segmentation

Phonemic Synthesis

Phonetic Alphabet

Phonetics

Phonics

Phonological

Phonological Awareness

Phonological Processing

Phonological Representation

Phonological Retrieval

Phonological Rules

Phonological Working Memory

Phonology

Place of Articulation

Positive Reinforcement

Pragmatics

Preschool Amendments to the Education of the Handicapped Act

Print Awareness

Processing

Prognosis

Prompt

Prosodic

Pseudowords

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Rapid Automatic Naming (RAN)

Rapport

Reading Decoding

Reading Fluency

Reading Strategies

Receptive Abilities

Receptive Language

Receptive Vocabulary

Reliability

Remediation

Response to Intervention (RTI)

Retrieval

Rhyming

Rime

Routine

Rubric

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SCERTS Approach

Schwa

Screening

Scripts

Section 504

Segmentation

Semantics

Sensitivity

Sensorineural Hearing Loss

Sensory Integration

Short Term Memory

Sight Word

Sight Word Vocabulary

Simile

Simple Sentence

Simple Syllables

Social Communication Problem

Social Intervention

Social Literacy

Social Script

Sound/Symbol Correspondence

Sounding Out

Specific Language Impairment (SLI)

Specificity

Speech

Speech Discrimination

Speech Perception

Speech-Language Pathologist

Speech-Language Pathology

Spontaneous Speech

Spoonerism

Stimulability

Stopping

Story Grammar

Strabismus

Stuttering

Substitution

Suprasegmental

Sustained Attention

Syllabic

Syllable

Syllable Recognition

Syndrome

Synonym

Syntax

Systematic

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Tactile Defensiveness

Temperament

Theory of Mind (ToM)

Therapy

Title I

Top-Down Learning

Topic

Transpositions

Treatment Plan

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Use

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Validity

Vocal Nodules

Vocal Polyps

Voiced

Voiceless

Vowel

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Well Screening

Well-Child Visits

Wh- Questions

Whole Language

Word Attack Strategies

Word Family

Word Identification

Working Memory

Writing Process

Written Language

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Yes-No Questions

Bibliography

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2: Moats, L.C. (2010) Speech to print: Language Essentials for Teachers (second edition) Brookes Publishing: Baltimore, MD. Print.
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