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Types of Articulation Disorder

Types of articulation disorders are seen in 4 different types in children: Lowering or skipping of the voice, Adding the voice, Changing the voice, Distorting the voice

Types of Articulation Disorder

Articulation disorders occur in 4 different types in children:

 1-Lowering or skipping volume

 2-Sound addition

 3-Sound change

 4-Distorted sound

 

Lowering or skipping the sound:

It occurs when the word is tried to be said without removing all the sounds that make up a word. The word is spoken as if that word did not have that sound.

 

For example:

Clock...............

Towels..............courtyard

car.........car

weather

animal........animal

door.............door

 

Adding sound:

Some of the children say some words by adding other sounds that are not actually in that word. They usually try to say it by adding a vowel between two consecutive consonants. Other sounds can also be added. This word can be at the beginning, middle or end.

 

For example:

train.........tire

Psychology............psychology

clock.........area

Sports ................................. sports

Recep.....

 

Changing the sound: 

It is one of the most common articulation disorders. A sound that is difficult to make in a word is replaced with a sound that is easy for the child to make. Substitutions are sometimes in the sound at the beginning of that word, and sometimes in the sounds in the middle. Sometimes substitutions can also be made by changing the places of the sounds in the word. Frequently changed sounds are 'rs-ş-k-t'.

 

For example:

money………

Ring..........ring      

Calendar......my calendar

soil.........soil

Truck.....kaymon

Black Rock

book.........kipat

kitchen........kitchen

Bridge.........bridge

 

Distortion of sound:

Here, the sound that needs to be extracted while creating a word is spoken as a different sound than it is.

 

For example:

Income..............gelix   (x is a native sound)

Karagöz........kaxgöz.....kagagöz

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