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JLP315February 5 20141Syntactic Development Development of more complex utterancesmore than one word more complex words functional words grammatical marking 2Order the utterances from earliest to most recent in childs development 3C is earliest sentenceuse intonation to convey question Eword order error Determiners and pronounsthe and you in A and Bmore grammatical functional elements Cmoreearly because has to do with ritualized behaviour like foodcanauxillary word that requires some theory of mindexpected to be latetalking about another personcan is the first of these kinds of words to appear 4Bconditional clauseif an event then this Dtalking about impossible thingsinvolves more abstract thinkingability to deal with probabilities consequences 6Length 9Early collocations which are two words the child says but were not sure how the child is using themSubject and verb OR verb and object of verb are typical collocations when verb is present The child knows juice is a noun and that there are different kinds of juice and can use the space before juice to specify type and has a sort of template that can be used productively somewhat B and F are different Linked to childs environment and current state 18 months old in this casethis is first time speaking more than one word putting words together Limited twowordcan only guess at the meaning that the child is conveying To help you understand the meaningbody language as part of CONTEXTVIDEO The order of stages the children go through is constant amongst culturessuggest biological maturation like learning to walk the child just needs to be exposed to language and thus learns By puberty speech centre of brain complete learning new languages more difficult Oneword sentenceobjects present or absent ask for things etc2 years oldtelegraphic speechtwo word speechChild begins to make errors in words he could use previouslyoverapply rulesAt 3 years old grammar like adults no apparent effort or direct instruction Mothers speak to 2 years old different from speech to 3 year old Little evidence that parents correct grammatical errors but rather correct what is true Child creates forms that adults never usesie hisself that adults would use himself by applying rule Is the doll hard to see or easy to see Doll is blindfolded
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