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Jean Berko and Rodger Brown - Plurals.
WUG test, 4/5 year olds best at identifying plural, 2/3 year olds confused saying "two wug".
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Piaget's four stages - Stage 1.
Sensory motor, 0-2: Cannot perceive world from others viewpoint.
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Piaget's four stages - Stage 2.
Preoperational, 2-7: Don't understand logic, can't manipulate info.
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Piaget's four stages - Stage 3.
Concrete Operational, 7-11: Think logically, limited to what they manipulate.
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Piaget's four stages - Stage 4.
Formal Operational, 11-16: Abstract thoughts, think logically.
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Eve Clark - Extension: Mismatch Statements.
Saying words that relates to another, looking at a pond and saying duck.
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Eve Clark - Extension: Categorical.
One item in group becomes name for all items, everything holding fluid becomes a cup.
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Eve Clark - Extension: Analogical.
Physical attribute used as name for another, all round fruit becomes a ball due to shape.
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Vygotsky - Scaffolding.
Learning exercises/skills to get parents/students to help "scaffold" others. Scaffold removed when child can do task alone.
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Bruner - Language Acquisition Support System.
Only develop skills if provided with a LASS. Use speech above childs ability to help understand, adults change their language to help, repetition, encourage turn taking.
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Jean Aitchison - Labelling, Packaging and Network Building.
Labelling - Link between sounds of words and object they refer to eg Mummy for childs mother. Packaging - Words range of meaning, over/underextension. Network building - Similarities and opposites in word meanings.
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Piaget - Object Permanence.
Develop around 8/9 months, objects continue to exist when not in sight.
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Sensory motor, 0-2: Cannot perceive world from others viewpoint.

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Piaget's four stages - Stage 1.

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Preoperational, 2-7: Don't understand logic, can't manipulate info.

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Card 4

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Concrete Operational, 7-11: Think logically, limited to what they manipulate.

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Card 5

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Formal Operational, 11-16: Abstract thoughts, think logically.

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