Language

Key theorists.

What is the attitude that English language will split into sepereate dialects (American and British will be unable to understand each ither)?
disintegration
1 of 18
Attitude that world standard english is envolving?
uniformity
2 of 18
What is the ability to use multiple dialects?
bidialectism
3 of 18
The view that language must follow strict rules and not change?
prescriptive
4 of 18
The view that change benefits language?
descriptive
5 of 18
Who claimed children learn to read by observation and that external reinforcement is key?
bandura
6 of 18
Who claimed attention effects learning to read?
evans
7 of 18
Innate understanding of language, communication, input and encouragement helps develop reading skills. Right environment for learning?
krashen
8 of 18
4 Stages of writing?
kroll
9 of 18
Who said reading was the last stage of development?
goodman
10 of 18
Who said children relate words to things they can see?
thomasello
11 of 18
Children don't re-read what they write. Work improves drastically when they cross out?
graves
12 of 18
Able 9yr olds aware or audience, change styles, don't correct work unless bright?
calkins
13 of 18
Children re-read what they intended to write, not what is actually written?
perl
14 of 18
Errors in spelling + pronounciation linked to regional accent?
nuttall
15 of 18
Younger children 3rd person, older children gradually use 1st?
harpin
16 of 18
6 Stages of writing?
barclay
17 of 18
6 Stages of reading?
chall
18 of 18

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Attitude that world standard english is envolving?

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uniformity

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What is the ability to use multiple dialects?

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The view that language must follow strict rules and not change?

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The view that change benefits language?

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