Lesson 1 Lecture 2 - Overview Recall terms Language domains...

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Overview Recall terms Language domains – content, form, and use Language components – semantics, syntax, morphology, phonology, and pragmatics Human language is complex
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Recall the Following Terms Communication Language Speech sound production Hearing
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Language Domains Interrelationships Exist Relationships across 3 areas
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Human language is multifaceted with many domains and components.
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Language Domains 1. Content relates to Words and their meanings. Words that convey our intended message are selected to transmit to our listener. Consider dog versus cat versus lion. All are animals but different animals. Consider run versus walk. Actions but different actions. Consider blue versus turquoise. Colors but different colors.
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Language Domains 2. Form relates to organization. Organization of sentences, words, and sounds to convey a message. How are the pieces combined to transmit a meaningful message?
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