Child Language Acquistion - Reading

Revision cards going over reading of child language acquisition.

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Parent-child interactions

  • Gain attention on a picture
  • Query on object in the picture
  • Label object in the picture
  • Feedback
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Learning to Read

  • Look and say - Learn the shape of words, not phonemes
  • Phonics - Learn morphemes that go with graphemes as well as letter blends
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Reading Cues

  • Graphonic - Shape of words, linked with graphemes
  • Semantic - Meanings of words, decoding new ones
  • Visual - Use visual narrative to decode new words
  • Syntactical - Use knowledge to see if word fits
  • Contextual - Understanding of story
  • Miscue - Making errors
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Chall and Reading Development

  • Pre/Pseudo Reading (up to 6) - Pretend to read, some letter recognition, predicting words
  • Initial reading (6-7) - Simple texts with high frequency lexis
  • Confirmation/Fluency (7-8) - Read texts quickly, and understanding
  • Reading for learning (9-14)
  • Multiplicity and Complexity (14-17)
  • Construction and Reconstruction (18+)
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Reading Schemes

  • Lexical repetition
  • Synactical repetition of structures
  • Simple verbs
  • One sentence per line
  • Anaphoric referencing
  • Limited use of modifiers
  • Text-image cohesion
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Comments

Shahnaz Peerboccus

great help thanksss a bunch ***

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