Ch_13_First_Language_Acquisition_4-4S-1

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/10/11 COMD 2050-3 4-4-11 Ch. 13 First Language Yule, G. (2010). The Study of Language (4th ed.). New York: Cambridge.
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5/10/11 Human Capacity for Language Infants can recognize phonological distinctions that adults do not perceive. Children become adept language users simply from interacting with fluent users, before any formal education. (former) Theories of Language Acquisition: Skinner & Behaviorism,
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5/10/11 Language Acquisition Language acquisition vs. learning Happens during critical period Particular language depends on the users interacting with the child. Speaking a language requires hearing that language. What about deaf individuals?
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5/10/11 Language Development Spoken language development timeline Children go through the same milestones (with variation) – cooing, babbling, one-word stage, two-word stage. Language development and
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5/10/11 Language Interaction Critical for language acquisition.
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This note was uploaded on 05/09/2011 for the course COMD 2050 taught by Professor Collins during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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