Chapter_5_study_guide - 1. What kinds of parent-child...

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1. What kinds of parent-child interactions lead to language learning in babies? Mothers introduce their babies to nursery rhymes and songs, relate family stories, read picture books, give explanations about family events and so on. Through these early conversations, early perceptual cognitive experiences, within an affectionate and caring family that language learning emerges and flourishes 2. What categories do children’s first words usually fall into? Children’s first words are usually names of animals, foods, toys, actions as well as adjectives and social words such as thank you, please, no, yes and so on 3. How does a sight-word reading vocabulary normally develop? When children see the words on paper, they associate the graphemes with a mental representation, such as a picture, an experience a sign, or a spoken word 4. How do deaf readers store “reading by eye” words in their brains? Some deaf readers also store words in their brains as a sequence of finger-spelled letters. Depending on the tasks, deaf readers will use a combination of signing, finger-spelling, lip-reading, articulation, and the orthographic structure of words to
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This note was uploaded on 03/17/2008 for the course CSD 269 taught by Professor Annsidone during the Spring '08 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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