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Arts and Humanities
Language Development Midterm Review
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what is child directed speech?
language spoken in a higher pitch than normal, using simple words and sentences
strategy which clients gradually build longer utterances from individual words
strategy in which longer utterances are broken into their parts
why is it important for the baby to hear in the womb?
To recognize moms voice
when does the "social smile" develop?
when do babies begin to hear in utero?
what is not an articulator?
pragmatics refer to our ? skills
which area of the brain is responsible for language processing?
left temporal lobe
language skills are most associated with ? development
turn-taking and eye contact are examples of ? skills
what is the smallest meaningful unit of language?
babies should begin cooing around how many months of age?
4 (early as 2)
someone with damage to Broca's area has difficulty producing speech sounds because ? is in this area
someone with damage to Wernicke's area has difficulty comprehending and responding correctly to questions because ? is in this area
what type fo sounds are likely to be produced first when babies begin babbling?
? is left brain dominant?
what should the first sound a baby makes be?
CV and CVCV (initial lexicons)
Why is socioeconomic status important?
you need a certain amount of money to be able to afford to make healthy decisions. Lack of money means lack of resources and opportunities for help.
the process in which an adult facilitates learning by building upon what a child already knows.
Why is imitation important?
It is a foundation of social interaction.
structure of words (prefixes, plurals)
the rules surrounding the sounds used in our words and how they change the meaning of the words
the appropriateness of our message to the current situation- the context
Meaning of words and sentences
when does kooing begin?
early as 2 -4 months
when does babbling begin?
when does jargon begin?
why is it important for kids to learn from experiences?
Each experience that a young child has builds a synapsis or neural connection in their brain. The more experiences, the more synapses. The more meaningful an experience, the more often a child will want to do it again and again
the ability to use sounds, signs, or symbols to communicate meaning, a way of producing language
ability to understand what is being said
language used to communicate appropriately within a given context
how is teaching from mother's and father's different?
Fathers tend to be brief and to the point, while moms tend to dig deeper and break things down.
left frontal lobe
is involved in controlling language related movement
right temporal lobe
involved in learning and remembering non-verbal information
frontal lobe as a whole
higher cognitive functions such as memory, emotions, impulse control, problem solving, social interaction, and motor function
right frontal lobe
right frontal lobe plays a role in non-verbal abilities.
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