Grammatical development

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o Grammatical development Holophasic period The period in which a whole phrase is expressed by a single word o Drink or juice to express the entire statement of I am thirsty Telegraphic speech – two-word combinations Around 2 years Nonessential elements are missing Ex: read me Sentences Childre rapidly develop the use of sentences containing more words Grammatical rules Even toddlers understand grammatical rules o Use of word endings like “s” “ed” and “ing” Overregularization – treating irregular forms as if they were regular o “mans” “goed” “foots” o Nonlinguistic symbols and development Precursors to skills like reading and math Dual representation Idea that the use of a symbolic artifact can only be achieved if it is represented mentally in 2 ways at the same time o Snoopy experiment Pretend play Make-believe activities in which children create symbolic representations
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2011 for the course PSYC 250 taught by Professor Okeke during the Fall '07 term at UNC.

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