10-19-10

10-19-10 - 10-19-10 IV. Evidence for & against theories...

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10-19-10 Each fact either supports or refutes particular theory A. Most parent don’t hold off reinforcement for bad pronunciation or grammar --- only bad conduct (refutes traditional learning) B. Language impaired kids benefit from modeling of correct pronunciation and grammar and holding off reinforcement until child does it correctly (supports traditional learning - partially)* C. Kids learn language with little instruction and some learn language without reinforcement or social discourse (supports Nativist and refutes traditional learning and social discourse) D. Many similarities across different languages (supports natavist and interactionist) E. Lots of novelty in children’s speech not heard by adults (e.g., foots, braked) suggesting kids actively trying to apply rules (supports nativist and interactionist/ refutes traditional learning which stresses imitation) F. If not exposed to consistent grammar rules (e.g. parents speak Pidgin), kids
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2012 for the course DEP 3103 taught by Professor Lane during the Fall '08 term at FSU.

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10-19-10 - 10-19-10 IV. Evidence for & against theories...

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