Language Development in School-1

Language - in the school-age years with respect to each component of language semantics phonology syntax& morphology pragmatics Also be able to

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Language Development in School-age Years NOTE: MUCH OF THIS INFORMATION WILL COME DIRECTLY FROM YOUR TEXTBOOIK 1. Describe three (3) differences between later language learning (school-age) and early language learning (birth to five). Be specific and focus your description more on school-age language development. 2. With respect to school-age language, what are two trends that are qualitatively different from earlier developments (i.e., earlier than 5 years of age)? Describe these trends (from textbook) 3. Describe metalinguistic development
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Unformatted text preview: in the school-age years with respect to each component of language: semantics, phonology, syntax & morphology, pragmatics. Also, be able to define the term “metalinguistics.” (from textbook) 4. Describe the relationship between home environment and preschool experiences with regard to kindergarten language measures. (from textbook) 5. Describe the components and the development of reading. (from textbook) 6. What is the relation between a child’s language development and literacy development ? Thinking question…...
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This note was uploaded on 05/08/2011 for the course HSLS 310 taught by Professor Marienelle during the Winter '10 term at Ohio University- Athens.

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