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AQA English
Language B A2 Child
Language Acquisition
Ultimate Study Guide
By Veena Chandar

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Understanding what AQA want from you.
What are the AOs?
AO1/24 *
AO1: Select and apply a range of linguistic methods, to communicate relevant knowledge using
appropriate terminology and coherent, accurate written expression.
Band 1: Systematic and evaluative exploration of data selecting appropriate linguistic methods ­
suitably tentative conclusions drawn.…

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* AO3 /8

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AO3: Analyse and evaluate the influence of contextual factors on the production and reception
of spoken and written language, showing knowledge of the key constituents of language.
Band 1: Sensitive, consistently insightful awareness of purpose and audience ­ systematic
reference to salient features from writing and style models. Analytical and…

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Speech
There are two main themes that act as arguments in this course: nativists and behaviorists.
Nativist: Noam Chomsky and behaviourist: B.F Skinner. To help you remember, a bunch of
behaviourists studied a chimp to learn about natural language acquisition to try and prove those
stubborn nativists wrong and decided…

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Phonology
Alan Cruttenden (1974) did a test on intonation and found that adults were more accurate at
interpreting intonation compared to children under the age of 7. He did this by seeing if adults
and children could predict football results by listening to the scores.
You know how kids like…

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AQA English
Language B A2 Child
Language Acquisition
Ultimate Study Guide
By Veena Chandar

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Page 4

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Understanding what AQA want from you.
What are the AOs?
AO1/24 *
AO1: Select and apply a range of linguistic methods, to communicate relevant knowledge using
appropriate terminology and coherent, accurate written expression.
Band 1: Systematic and evaluative exploration of data selecting appropriate linguistic methods ­
suitably tentative conclusions drawn.…

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* AO3 /8

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AO3: Analyse and evaluate the influence of contextual factors on the production and reception
of spoken and written language, showing knowledge of the key constituents of language.
Band 1: Sensitive, consistently insightful awareness of purpose and audience ­ systematic
reference to salient features from writing and style models. Analytical and…

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Speech
There are two main themes that act as arguments in this course: nativists and behaviorists.
Nativist: Noam Chomsky and behaviourist: B.F Skinner. To help you remember, a bunch of
behaviourists studied a chimp to learn about natural language acquisition to try and prove those
stubborn nativists wrong and decided…

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Phonology
Alan Cruttenden (1974) did a test on intonation and found that adults were more accurate at
interpreting intonation compared to children under the age of 7. He did this by seeing if adults
and children could predict football results by listening to the scores.
You know how kids like…

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