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Vol. 1 / No. 1 / Published : 2012-08

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Verbal language skills in children down syndrome ypac semolowaru in surabaya

Author :

  1. Annasty Karina*1
  1. Departemen Sastra Indonesia FIB Unair

Abstract :

This study aimed to describe the verbal language skills in young Down syndrome based onwords and phrases are generated. Under Indonesian word classes, namely nouns, verbs,adjectives, adverbs, pronouns, words, numbers, conjunctions, prepositions, berimbuhan said,and said again. While based on the kind of sentence that is based on the pronunciationIndonesian (direct speech and indirect sentences), based on the content or functionality(command phrase, sentence news, or questions, and sentence appeals), based on the elements ofthe sentence (complete sentences and incomplete sentences), based arrangement of subject andpredicate (sentences sentence version and inversion), based on the predicate (active sentencesand passive sentences), based on the form of presentation style or rhetoric (release sentence, asentence that climax, and impartial sentence), based on the number frasanya (single sentenceand compound sentences). Kids Down syndrome have limited ability in speech and language,especially in terms of generating words and whole sentences. The method used in this researchis descriptive qualitative method. Data collection methods used in this research is capable. Thedata obtained by observation, recording techniques and record. To learn verbal language skillsnaturally down syndrome child is a way to invite the child to chat while playing. The subjects inthis study were three children studying in Surabaya Semolowaru YPAC. The results of this studyare the data in the form of speech of words and phrases that they ujarkan based on questionsgiven. From the data of speech, and then classified according classroom Indonesian words andsentences. Based on the analysis, it can be concluded that the majority of words can diujarkanDown syndrome child is a noun that it is concrete and incomplete sentences

Keyword :

Down syndrome child, verbal language skills,

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