1. What is Vygotsky's 'Zone of Proximal Development (ZPD' theory?
- A child needs caregivers to help them interact
- 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
- Language isn't taught and is a natural development
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2. Which inflection does Brown suggest is easiest for a child to learn at 20 months?
- Past (-ed)
- Possessive (-s)
- Present (-ing)
- Plural (-s)
3. Which of these is not one of John Dore's eight language functions
4. What is Berko's 'Wug' test theory?
- Children are aware of the difference between spoken and written language
- Children hear the correct usage of the plural inflection -s, so often that it was second nature to apply it to a noun they had never heard before
- Parents point at something and ask a child to name it and this helps a child to develop their language
- Children start to learn the range of meanings that a word might have
5. Cruttenden has three stages of learning inflections theory. Which is the third stage?
- Children are able to cope with irregular inflections correctly
- Children occasionally make virtuous errors when learning inflections but are mostly consistent