1. What is Berko and Brown's 'fis phenomenon'?
- Children understand more phonemes than they can produce
- Children find it easier to understand the correct names of verbs that they can physically do themselves
- Children use more phonemes than they can understand
- Children find it easier to understand and learn the correct names of nouns that they can physically touch
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2. What is Vygotsky's 'Zone of Proximal Development (ZPD' theory?
- Children begin to understand the concept of object permanence at a young age
- A child speaks aloud to themself to help them to practice their language
- A child needs caregivers to help them interact
- Language isn't taught and is a natural development
3. What is Chomsky's 'Language Acquisition Device (LAD)' theory?
- Language isn't taught and is instead a natural development
- Children acquire the ability to learn language through interacting with children of a similar age
- Children need to develop certain mental abilities before they can acquire particular aspects of language
- Without linguistic interaction between the ages of 4-5 years, language development is severely limited
4. What are Rescorla's two types of overextension?
- Labelled and coordinated
- Packaged and singular
- Categorical and analogical
- Heurological and telegraphical
5. Which of these is not one of Halliday's seven language functions?