Children's Language Acquisition

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CDS feature
Types of sound: m, n, η
Types of sound: b,d, g
CDS feature
Types of sound: j
Early phonological errors: doggie
Negative formation: No wear shoes
Early phonological errors: 'nana' for 'banana'
Dore's function: Getting attention by shouting
Dore's functions: Repeating an adult word or utterance
Early phonological errors: dada
Types of sound: p, t, k
Pre-verbal stage: 9-12 months
CDS feature
Meaning relations: 'Throw stick' Child throws stick
Types of sound: I
Types of sound: t∫
Early phonological errors: 'pip' for 'ship'
Halliday's functions: 'it hot'
Pre-verbal stage: 4-7 months
CDS feature
Meaning relations: 'Kitty big' Sees tigers at zoo
CDS feature
Types of sound: v, δ, z,
CDS feature
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Dore's functions: Responding to an utterance of another speaker
Meaning relations: 'That cake' that is a cake
Early phonological errors: do(g)
Meaning relations: 'Sit chair' child sits on the chair
Dore's function: Objecting to request from others
Piaget's stages: Age 11+ years
Types of sound: f, t, s, ∫
Piaget's stages: Age 2-7 years
CDS feature
Meaning relations: 'No ball' Has lost her ball
Meaning relations: 'Daddy kick' Dad kicks ball
Dore's functions: Asking for something to be done for them
Halliday's functions: 'want milk'
Types of sound: w, r
CDS feature
Lexical and Grammatical stage: 24-36 months
Types of overextension: Saying 'duck' when looking at an empty pond
Halliday's functions: 'love you'
Lexical and Grammatical stage: 36+ months
Types of overextension: Ball used for a round fruit
Meaning relations: 'Daddy coat' Points to dads coat
Early phonological errors: 'pider' for 'spider'
CDS feature
Dore's function: Using language when no adult is present
CDS feature
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Piaget's stages: Age up to 2 years
Meaning relations: 'More ball' finds a second ball
Early phonological errors: 'gog' for 'dog'
Pre-verbal stage:6-12 months
Lexical and Grammatical stage: 18-24 months
Types of overextension: Apple is used for all round fruits
Types of sound: d
The second stage in Aitchison's stages of children's linguistic development
Negative formation: I no want it
Halliday's functions: 'me like Charlie and Lola'
Halliday's functions: 'wassat?'
Negative formation: No, I don't want to go to nursery I am not.
Meaning relations: 'Me ball' Child kicks ball
Pre-verbal stage: 0-4 months
The first stage in Aitchison's stages of children's development
Halliday's functions: 'me shopkeeper'
Meaning relations: 'Spoon table' spoon is on the table
Piaget's stages: Age 7-11 years
Dore's functions: Naming a person, object or thing
 
The last stage in Aitchison's stages of children's linguistic development
CDS feature
Lexcial and Grammatical stage: 12-18 months
Dore's function: Greeting someone or something
Halliday's functions: 'pick up'

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Created Jun 5, 2012ReportNominate
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