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1 Language Development Understanding language, Communicating and Talking Lecture 7 Outline square6 What is language? square6 The process of language acquisition square6 Preverbal communication square6 Speech perception and understanding square6 Speech production square6 Theoretical views of language development What is Language? Language: a form of communication consisting of a system of sounds, words, meanings, and rules for their combination Interaction Expression Organize & relay information Learning What is Language? Communicative competence: The ability to convey thoughts, feelings and intentions in an organized way that sustains and regulates human interactions Language comprehension: understanding what others say (or sign or write) Language production: actually speaking (or signing or writing) to others The Components of Language square6 Phonology: the system of sounds in a language square6 Phonemes - the smallest sound units of a language square6 Rules for putting phonemes together square6 Rules of intonation The Components of Language square6 Phonology: the system of sounds in a language square6 Semantics: Rules that determine the meaning of words square6 Syntax: Rules that determine the combination of words and their arrangement in a sentence square6 Pragmatics: Social rules of communicating language effectively
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