What to look for in a language acquisition text

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    • PHONOLOGY
      • Substitution
      • Assimilation
      • Reduplication
      • Omission
      • Protowords
    • LEXIS
      • Concrete Nouns
        • 60% of a child's early vocabulary
      • Lexical overextension
    • GRAMMAR
      • Stages
        • One-word
        • Two-word
        • Telegraphic
        • Grammatically complete
      • Grammatical overextension
      • Question words
        • 'Why' and 'how' require a more complex answer
      • Negative utterance
      • Standard/ non standard
      • Sentence structure
    • CONVERSATIONAL SKILLS
      • politeness
      • Initiating conversation
      • Turn-taking
      • Interruptions
    • THEORIES
      • Skinner
        • children learn through imitating adults
        • positive reinforcement
      • Chomsky
        • L.A.D
        • Have an innate ability to learn language
      • Bruner
        • LASS
          • learning aided by interaction/ social support
      • Piaget
        • At first, a child can't process that things exist outside their immediate environment
      • Halliday
        • Heuristic stage
        • Imaginative stage
    • WHAT THE ADULT DOES
      • Recasting
      • Asking questions and tag questions
      • Exclamatives
      • Simple lexis and sentence structure
      • Answer own questions if really young

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