5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- semantic development
- broca's aphasia
- unitary language hypothesis
- pragmatic development
- a learning meanings of words and of combinations of words
- b speech is either absent or severely disrupted
- c learning the conventions that govern the use of language in particular social contexts.
- d believing that children exposed to two languages from birth interpret the two languages as part of a single, fused, system.
- e a term used for applying verbal labels in a narrower way than adults do
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- two-word utterances: about a dozen types.
- the smallest unit of meaning in the words of the language. prefixes, suffixes
- childs ability to establish joint attention with the speaker and to understand that the object or event of joint attention is what the speaker is talking about
- basic units of meaning. (horse = one morpheme, horses= 2 morphemes- because it means a member of hthe equine family, plus "-S" meaning "more than one")
- damage to this area of the brain (directly behind the Broca's area) results in being about toe produce language but much of what they say makes little sense.
5 True/False Questions
differentiated language hypothesis → accept the evidence that child mix two languages but emphasize that children's speech exhibits regular grammmatical patterns that are appropriateto both languages they speak.
Language Acquisition Device (LAD) → learning the conventions that govern the use of language in particular social contexts.
Nativist Approach (biological explanation) → capacity to comprehent is innate. basic set of rules shared by all languages called the Deep Stucture of the linguistic system.
3.5 years (language) → know that must stand closer to listener to talk to them or if further away must talk louder to compensate for distance. Need to whisper in Santa's ear.
grammar → use of a word in a way that draws a comparisons between the thing the word usually refers to and some other,unrelated thing.