2008
DOI: 10.1590/s1516-80342008000300009
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Abstract: OBJETIVO: O objetivo deste estudo foi verificar a interferência da fase lingüística no perfil comunicativo de crianças surdas. MÉTODOS: Trinta crianças surdas participaram deste estudo, sendo 15 crianças em fase pré-lingüística e 15 em fase lingüística (independente da modalidade comunicativa - língua oral ou língua de sinais), na faixa etária de 41 a 59 meses. Foram analisadas 30 gravações das habilidades comunicativas da criança, em situação de interação com a examinadora. Foi utilizado o Protocolo do Perfil… Show more

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“…The development of the form and content of oral language occurs more slowly in hearing impaired children when compared to the development of the language of children with normal hearing 3 .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 95%
“…In the present review, 26 articles were found 2,6-30 , being eighteen analytical observational transversal studies 2,[6][7][8][9][12][13][14][17][18][19][20][21]23,24,[27][28][29] , four analytical observational longitudinal studies 10,11,16,22 , two reported case 15,25 , one experimental study 26 and one literature review 30 , consisting of nineteen national and seven international researches. The articles were separated in thematic bases and distributed in frames to results presentation.…”
Section: Literature Reviewmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The 20 articles that approached oral language 2,[6][7][8][9][10][11][12][13][14][15][16][17][18][19][20][21][22][23][24] referred to children with diagnosis of hearing loss, but differed on the protocols used to assessment. It is important to highlight that 4 studies of them assessed the communicative abilities 12,14,16,21 , by means of pragmatic protocols (Pragmatic Tasks of ABFW -Teste de Linguagem Infantil, Communicative Abilities Pragmatic Profiles e MAASE linguistic test) or verbal interactions; others four described the language expression and understanding 9,11,13,22 using the Reynell Development Language Scales (RDLS) and there were others four articles that have analyzed the vocabulary 7,18,20,24 by means of different protocols (Vocabulary Tasks of ABFW -Teste de Linguagem Infantil, Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test -PPVT e British Picture Vocabulary Scale -BPVS).…”
Section: Figure 2 -Sinthesys Of the Studies Concerning The Researchs mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Acquire language, such as ownership of a set of complex and conventional symbols, assumes that the child has language competence of abstract structures of language (phonology, morphology, syntax and semantics) and the use of them, which is called pragmatics 4,5 . In cases of pre-lingual hearing loss, without the benefits of sound amplification, the acquisition of oral language of deaf child is distinguished from acquisition by the hearing child, since the former has no access to sound information that the ambient in which it is embedded offers and assimilates the information around it preferably in…”
Section: Source Of Help: Capesmentioning
confidence: 99%
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Source of help: CAPES.Conflict of interest: non-existent govern its functioning and language, the broader involves significance and is at work even in times when the subject does not communicate with each other [1][2][3] .Acquire language, such as ownership of a set of complex and conventional symbols, assumes that the child has language competence of abstract structures of language (phonology, morphology, syntax and semantics) and the use of them, which is called pragmatics 4,5 . In cases of pre-lingual hearing loss, without the benefits of sound amplification, the acquisition of oral language of deaf child is distinguished from acquisition by the hearing child, since the former has no access to sound information that the ambient in which it is embedded offers and assimilates the information around it preferably in
INTRODUCTION

In addressing the language in the deafness of the universe is important to highlight the difference between the language of concepts, language and speech.

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confidence: 99%