Spoken language acquisition in children with prelingual hearing loss: A review of their morphosyntactic abilities at the sentence level [post]

Analí Taboh, Carolina Gattei, Diego Shalom
2021 unpublished
The language development of children with hearing impairment who access spoken language through hearing devices (CHI) usually lags behind that of children with typical development. In order to improve therapeutic and educational practices for these children, it is important to understand which specific aspects of language represent difficulties for them. This work reviews the evidence on CHI's morphosyntactic abilities at the sentence level by focusing on their comprehension and production of
more » ... ecific types of structures: simple sentences, topicalized sentences, passives, sentences with relative clauses, and wh-questions. It also reviews demographic, clinical, and cognitive factors that introduce variability in CHI's performance, as well as different accounts of their difficulties at the sentence level.
doi:10.31234/osf.io/rj8s9 fatcat:t545clgo7zgt7c456blzj67ifu