Child Language Aquisition

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  • Child Language Aquisition
    • Stages
      • The first 12 months
        • 0-2 months VEGATIVE (cries, burps,burbles)
        • 4-7 months COOING (experimenting with sounds
        • 6-9 months BABBLING (repeated vowel consenant sounds)
        • 9-12 months PROTO WORD (some sounds are used consistantly)
      • After the first 12 months
        • 12-18 months ONE WORD
        • 18-24 months TWO WORD
        • 24-36 months TELEGRAPHIC (emits unessential words)
        • 36+ months POST TELEGRAPHIC
    • JOHN DORE
      • Labelling
      • Repeating
      • Answering
      • Requesting Action
      • Calling
      • Greeting
      • Protesting
      • Practising
    • MICHEAL HALLIDAY
      • Instrumental
      • Regulatory
      • Interactional
      • Personal
      • Representational
      • Heuristic
      • Imaginative
    • FIS PHENOMENON
      • Bellugi and Brown
      • children failed to prounounce certain sounds but could recognise when somebody else said them
    • Lexical Development
      • Katherine Nelson 1973
        • Four catagories for first words 1.naming  2.actions  3.describing 4.personal
        • 60% of first words are nouns
        • 18 months approx vocab of 50 words 2 years approx vocab of 200 words
      • Hyponymy
        • HYPERNYM word with a broard meaning
        • HYPONYM word with a specific meaning
      • Overexentsion
        • Widening the meaning of a word so that it applies not just to the actual object but beyond to other objects with similar properties
          • Analogical catagorising by appearance or function
          • Categorical using a hypernym instead of a hyponym
          • Predicate conveying the meaning that something has gone
      • Underextension
        • Narrowing the meaning of a word
      • AITCHISON 1987
        • LABEL
        • PACKAGING
        • NETWORK BUILDING
    • Phonology
      • PHONEMES
        • Bilabials (both lips) P B M
        • Aveolars (tip of tongue on alveolar ridge) t n d s z
        • Labiodentals (lower lip upper teeth) F V
        • Palato Aveolars (middle of tongue front of hard plate) d3 3
        • Palatel (tongue agaist middle of plate) J
        • Glottals (without using tongue) ?
        • Velars (soft plate and tongue)
      • Phonological Pronounciations
        • Deletion deleting the last sound
        • Subsitution one sound is swapped for an easier sound
        • Addition extra vowel added
        • Deletion of unstressed symbols unstressed= dropped completly
        • Reduplication babbling CVCV
        • Assimilation sounds changed because of sounds around them
        • Consonant Cluster Reduction reduce to just one continant

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